The Wrongfully Accused
In the year 1692, during the months of June, July, August, and September, in Salem, Massachusetts, 14 women and 6 men are put to death.
All are tried and convicted of being witches.
300 years later the names of those wrongfully executed were memorialized in granite.
There were many more imprisoned under suspicion of being witches, at least 5 died while in prison.
And read about some of the key figures involved, HERE.