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October 31, 2022 61 mins
On this episode of MWMH, Payton and Garrett discuss the Salem Witch Trials. LIVE ONLINE SHOW TICKETS HERE! https://www.moment.co/murderwithmyhusband Links: https://linktr.ee/murderwithmyhusband Ads: Simpli Safe: https://simplisafe.com/mwmh Butcher Box: www.butcherbox.com/HUSBAND and use code BONUS100 Rocket Money: www.rocketmoney.com/husband Case Sources: https://mrnussbaum.com/life-in-puritan-massachusetts Smithsonianmag.com, “A Brief History of the Salem Witch Trials,” by Jess Blumberg, October 23, 2007 History.com, “Salem Witch Trials,” by history.com editors, November 4, 2011, updated October 5, 2021 History.com, “Before America Had Witch Trials, Europe Had Werewolf Trials,” by Melinda Beck, October 15, 2021 History.com, “Why Do Witches Ride Brooms?” by Sarah Pruitt, updated October 29, 2021 Salemwitchmuseum.com, “Proctor’s Ledge Memorial” Salemwitchmuseum.com, “Path from Jail to Execution” Salemwitchmuseum.com, “Salem Witch Trials Memorial” Brittanica.com, “Salem witch trials,” by Jeff Wallenfeldt, last updated August 22, 2022 Time.com, “The Last of the Witch-Trial Hangings,” by Jennifer Latson, September 22, 2014 Reference.yourdictionary.com, “The Salem Witch Trials: Real Facts That Will Haunt You,” by Jennifer Gunner Salemnews.com, “Accuser’s descendant leaves note on memorial to victim of Witch Trials,” by Dustin Luca, October 14, 2022 Mtsu.edu (The First Amendment Encyclopedia), “Salem Witch Trials,” by Elizabeth R. Purdy Danverslibrary.org, Danvers Archival Center, “Portrait of Samuel Parris” Gallowshillsalem.com Allthatsinteresting.com, “20 Accusations and 20 Deaths: What Caused The Salem Witch Trials?” by All That’s Interesting, checked by John Kuroski, December 18, 2021, updated September 21, 2022 Owlcation.com, “The Salem Witchhunts: A History of Witches, Trials, and Witch Hunts,” by Angela Michelle Schultz, March 24, 2022 Healthline.com, “What is Mad Had Hatter Disease?” Wikipedia, “Salem witch trials,” image used Assisted research and writing by: Diane Birnholz. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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