On that freezing day in January, 1692, when Betty and Abigail began to twitch and choke and contort their bodies, the assumption was that they were bewitched. They accused Tituba, the family slave, and two other women, setting off an epidemic in which many others accused family, friends, and neighbors of being witches.
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