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When there were witc
When there were witches
Bradley Beach Public Library

Thursday, Oct. 28, 6:30pm
or call 732-776-2995.
Thursday, Oct. 28, 6:30pm

The Salem Witch Trials are one of the most iconic events in United States history and remain relevant more than 300 years after the final accused witch hanged on Gallows Hill. However, the events surrounding the trials and the motivations of the participants remain habitually misunderstood. Archivist and historian Mickey DiCamillo unravels the events of 1692 with help from archival documents from the period. Guests also will have the opportunity to interact with transcripts from the early interrogations of people accused of witchcraft and see firsthand the difference between presumed innocent and presumed guilty. Registration required at Events at to receive Zoom information.

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