Salem Witch Trials


Sarah Good Biography

  • She was a homeless woman and begged door to door.
  • She would mumble words under her breath if people failed to give her alms. People believed these mumbled words to be curses directed at them.
  • Her visits would be attributed to death of livestock.
  • At her hanging, the Rev. Nicholas Noyes asked her to confess to being a witch. Her famous response to him was: "I am no more a witch than you are a wizard, and if you take away my life God will give you blood to drink." Twenty-five years later, Noyes died of a hemorrhage, choking on his own blood.
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