Who are the accusers during the Salem Witch Trials?
The religious zealots. <----- This answer is not true. The real truth is that in 1688, Samuel Parris was invited to preach at the church in Salem, Massachusettes, and to bring his family, his wife, Elizabeth, his six-year-old daughter Betty, niece Abagail Williams, and his Indian slave Tituba. The village girls were caught fortune-telling with Tituba, and to save themselves, blamed older women and men of being in league with the devil, and forcing them to do witchcraft. The accusers were all young girls. 25 people died between June 10th and October 1st, 1692.
The Salem witch trials is not a movie you idiot. They were a series of witchcraft trials that were caused by a witch hysteria in Essex County, Massachusetts, centering in Salem. Bridget Bishop owned an inn and was accused during the hysteria. She was the first to be tried and the first to be executed.