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October 07, 2007


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» 1663: Nathaniel Greensmith, Rebecca Greensmith and possibly Mary Barnes, Connecticut witches from ExecutedToday.com
On this date in 1663,* a husband and wife were hanged for witchcraft in colonial Connecticut. Salem, Mass. gets the publicity and the tourism but it was actually the Constitution State where the colonies first witch hangings took... [Read More]



This is a fantastic piece.

kathy spada basto

Glad you featured this on your blog! I have been researching this for the past 4 years and hope to see a memorial for the unfortunate victims of witchcraft in Hartford.

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