Sarah Osborne (also variously spelled Osbourne, Osburne, or Osborn) (c. 1643–May 10, 1692) was one of the first three women to be accused of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials of 1692. Osborne is sometimes referred to as "Goody Osborne", Goody being short for "Goodwife" and at the time a form of address for old women of lowly social status.
Speaking of the Salem witch trials… “In Salem Village in 1692, Betty Parris, age 9, and her cousin Abigail Williams, age 11, the daughter and niece (respectively) of the Reverend Samuel Parris, began to have fits described as ‘beyond the power of Epileptic Fits or natural disease to effect’ by John Hale, minister in nearby Beverly… At some point in February 1692, likely between the time when the afflictions began but before specific names were mentioned, a neighbor
Salem Witch House Once the home a Salem Witch Trial judge, this residence in Salem, Massachusetts is an eerie homage to the infamous summer of 1692, a time when fear and speculation bewitched a town and ruled a courtroom.
The Salem Witch Trials is a television miniseries (2002) about the Salem Witch Trials in 1692. This movie closely follows the trials and people involved in them. See one of the darkest periods of American history come alive. Some historical characters include: Ann Putman (Kirstie Alley), Sarah Good, and Rebecca Nurse (Shirley MacLaine).
Loved this book!!!! I like the stories about the Salem Witch Trials & this delivers!!! Great read.