¡ 24 deaths total !
During the Salem Witch Trials in Salem Massachusetts in 1692, 19 were hanged, 1 was pressed to death and as many as 13 died in prison.
None. Everyone executed was innocent.
The Salem witchcraft trials were held in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. 140 were accused, 20 were killed.
19 people were hanged in the Salem Witch Trials and 1 (an old man) was killed by "pressing" because he refused a trial.
Yes. There was a couple of Trials that only killed a few people. A witch hunt in Germany killed hundreds.
NONE! No one was actually a witch in the Salem trials. However, 6 men were executed. And I have to make the point that in Puritan lore, a male witch is a wizard, not a warlock.
Nineteen people were hanged during the Salem witch trials.
19 were hanged and one was pressed to death. 20 in total.
19 accused were hung 1 was pressed to death 4died in prison
The Salem Witch Trials are known for all the false accusations and multiple deaths. A lot of the accusations were caused by young girls, like Abigail Williams, were false and they killed many people--men and women.
The Salem witch trials happened during the year 1692, the first to be executed was Bridget Bishop. In total 19 people were killed after being found guilty of witch craft, this is not counting the many people that they suspected died in jail.
In Salem, Massachusetts in America. 21 died.
No, none of them were killed. One of the girls eventually confessed that they all were just lying and that they were never controlled by any witches (this happened many years after the whole witch trials ended).
The trials lasted a year and four months.
19 were HANGED.
Rebecca Nurse and many others.
35 1/2 people survived the Salem witch trials, one guy was supposedly chopped in half but survived.