Twenty-sixish were convicted. Nineteen of them were executed.
Nineteen people were hanged during the Salem witch trials.
Nineteen were hung, at least one man was crushed to death, and approximately 150 were imprisoned.
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.
2 in 1692 all 26 who actually went to trial (lots more were accused) were convicted.
Witch trials had been going on during the previous centuries before the trials. There were many in Europe and the British Isles. There had been two in Connecticutt and three in Boston before Salem.
35 1/2 people survived the Salem witch trials, one guy was supposedly chopped in half but survived.
In Salem, Massachusetts in America. 21 died.
The trials lasted a year and four months.
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.
19 people were hanged in the Salem Witch Trials and 1 (an old man) was killed by "pressing" because he refused a trial.
The Salem Witch Trials are similar to McCarthyism based on the idea that both were brought on by hysteria. The hysteria in the Salem Witch Trials led to many girls being accused of witch craft and hanged. McCarthyism was fueled by hysteria because people accused others of Communism on a whim. Both were fueled by paranoia. A good example of the Salem Witch Trials in literature to compare to McCarthyism is the play The Crucible.
19 were HANGED.
Rebecca Nurse and many others.
Around 25. Only 19 were executed.
20 people were hung during the trials.
The Salem witchcraft trials were held in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. 140 were accused, 20 were killed.
Around 160 were formally complained about.
24 people died
none....they were all hanged.