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1. "Bloodlines of Salem." Mysterious Societies. March 10, 2009.

2. Nelson, David. "Bush 'most related' Salem Witch Trials descendant." Salt Lake City: Bloodlines of Salem. Oct. 3, 2008.


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Witches join president's family history of vampires, heretics, Nazis and Satanists

SALT LAKE CITY -- As U.S. President George W. Bush prepares to leave one of the most controversial presidencies in history, he might consider that his legacy begins at least better than that of his relatives who participated in 1692 with the Salem Witch Trials, according to a trials researcher.

David Nelson, the owner of the family-history group Bloodlines of Salem (http://www.bloodlinesofsalem.org/), said on Oct. 3 that the president is an 8th great-grandson of Mary Parker who was hanged during the trials. But, his trials relationship with numerous other participants surprised Nelson more so.

"Because so many trials participants lived in the relatively unpopulated parts of the Salem area, their descendants are often surprised to learn that they're related to several participants who might have opposed each other during the trials, but whose families married later," Nelson said. "But, the president is the most related descendant I've researched. His ancestors and relatives were deeply involved in the trials from accusation to execution."

The president is related to as many as 217 of the almost 1,500 trials participants including jurors, marshals and constables who accused others, or were accused, of witchcraft. He and Nelson are cousins, and share several trials relatives. The trials resulted in the deaths of 20 defendants.

Since becoming president in 2001, writers have reported about Bush's occult history including his secret-society memberships with the 176-year-old Skull and Bones fraternity, the 136-year-old Bohemian Club and Grove fraternity, and the 54-year-old Bilderberg Group conference. Photographers have published images of him showing the "Horned Hand" sign of Satanic greeting.

Nelson's report is the first time that the president's trials relationships have been published, but similarly horrific family-history facts about the president were published in the last five years:

--News correspondents John Buchanan in rural Georgia and Stacey Michael in New Orleans reported in 2003 that the president was a paternal grandson of U.S. Sen. Prescott Bush who was an owner of businesses which helped finance Nazi leader Adolph Hitler, and died in 1972 (Buchanan, John and Stacey Michael. "Bush/Nazi Link Continued." Portsmouth, N.H.: The New Hampshire Gazette, vol. 248, no. 3. Nov. 7, 2003. http://www.nhgazette.com/the-bushnazi-stories/bushnazi-link-continued. Retrieved Sept. 23, 2008. Buchanan, John. "Bush/Nazi Link Confirmed." Portsmouth, N.H.: The New Hampshire Gazette, vol. 248, no. 1. Oct. 10, 2003. http://www.nhgazette.com/the-bushnazi-stories/bushnazi-link-confirmed. Retrieved Sept. 23, 2008.).

--Researchers Bruce and Kristine Harrison in Waimea, Hawaii, reported in 2004 that the president is a relative of Romanian Prince of Wallachia Vladislav III "the Impaler" Dracula who impaled almost 100,000 people, and died in 1476 (Sedensky, Matt. "Genealogists call Bush and Kerry kin; Big Isle researchers claim the president and his top opponent are distant cousins." Honolulu: Honolulu Star Bulletin. Feb. 16, 2004. http://www.starbulletin.com/2004/02/16/news/story3.html. Retrieved Sept. 22, 2008.).

--Author Eve LaPlante in Westchester, N.Y., reported in 2004 that the president is a descendant of convicted heretic Anne Hutchinson who was excommunicated in Newton, Mass., and died in 1643 (LaPlante, Eve. "Our Lady of the Hutch." New York: The New York Times. Sept. 19, 2004. http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/19/opinion/opinionspecial/19WElaplante.html. Retrieved Sept. 22, 2008.).

--Political blogger Joseph Cannon in Los Angeles reported in 2006 that the president might be a maternal grandson of the British occultist Aleister Crowley who called himself "the Beast 666," and died in 1947 (Cannon, Joseph. "George W. Bush, Barbara Bush and Aleister Crowley." Cannonfire. April 1, 2006. http://cannonfire.blogspot.com/2006/04/george-w-bush-barbara-bush-and.html. Retrieved Sept. 22, 2008.).

Nelson said also that U.S. Vice President Cheney is a descendant of Susannah Martin who was hanged during the trials. Evidence of a trials relationship wasn't found for Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain or vice-presidential nominee Gov. Sarah Palin, or Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama or vice-presidential nominee Sen. Joseph Biden.

Nelson reported in 2007 his research of "Harry Potter" actor Tom Felton's trials relationship with several participants (Whitaker, Thomas. "Exclusive: 'Draco Malfoy' is a witch: Harry Potter villain Draco Malfoy is related to real-life witches." The (London) Sun; News Section. London: News Group Newspapers Ltd. June 22, 2007. http://thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article238447.ece.)

*Bloodlines of Salem is the place where visitors share ideas and information about the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, its participants and their families. Many of us have researched and proved our descents from one or more of the participants. The trials unfolded more than three centuries ago and continue to figure prominently in the studies of history, law and religion. As amateur and professional Salemologists, however, our study of the trials isn't limited to our lineages. While the facts about our infamous ancestors might be the focus of our work, it's the celebration of their memories and mysteries that continue to fascinate new generations of their families and the public. We welcome you to explore with us.


(8GGP) Mary AYER (=Fellows) (=Parker) (1634 or 1637-22 Sep 1692)
+ William FELLOWS (22 Oct 1609-29 Nov 1676)
(7GGP) Ephraim FELLOWS (Mar 1641-23 Feb 1671 or aft. 1710 or bef. 1713)
+ Anna or Anne CROSS (=Marshall) (=Fellows) (abt. 1644 or abt. 1651-23 Feb 1671 or 1710)
(6GGP) Elizabeth FELLOWS (=Stephens or Stevens) (14 Sep 1685-aft. 1741)
+ Henry STEPHENS Jr. or STEVENS Jr. (20 Nov 1681-aft. 1749/50)
(5GGP) Lucy STEPHENS or STEVENS (=Smith) (abt. 1717-4 May 1806)
+ Ephraim SMITH (5 or 6 Oct 1704-24 Mar 1774)
(4GGP) Dr. Sanford SMITH (27 Feb 1760-15 Jun 1815)
+ Priscilla WHIPPLE or WHIPPO (=Smith) (abt. 1763-26 Aug 1838)
(3GGP) Harriet SMITH (=Bush) (12 May 1800-21 Jun 1867 or 1869)
+ Obadiah Newcomb BUSH (28 Jan 1797-1851)
(2GGP) The Rev. James Smith BUSH Esq. (15 Jun 1825-11 Nov 1889)
+ Harriet Eleanor FAY (=Bush) (29 Oct 1829-27 Feb 1924)
(GGP) Samuel Prescott BUSH (4 Oct 1863-8 Feb 1948)
+ Florence "Flora" SHELDON (=Bush) (17 Mar 1872-4 Sep 1920)
(GP) U.S. Sen. Prescott Sheldon BUSH (15 May 1895-8 Oct 1972)
+ Dorothy Wear WALKER (=Bush) (1 Jul 1901-19 Nov 1992)
(P) U.S. President George Herbert Walker "Walker" "Poppy" BUSH (12 Jun 1924-Living)
+ U.S. First Lady Barbara PIERCE (=Bush) (8 Jun 1925-Living)
(S) U.S. President George Walker "W" BUSH (6 Jul 1946-Living)


3. Dowbenko, Uri, ed. "Bush's Satanic & Witchcraft Bloodlines." ConspiracyPlanet.com. Pray, Mont.: Conspiracy Planet. Oct. 3, 2008.
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4. Wagner, Edith, ed. "Salem Witch Trial history." Reunions Magazine. Family History & Genealogy. Milwaukee, Wisc.: Reunions Magazine Inc. Sept. 1, 2008.

5. Richard, Diane L., M.B.A., APG. "Bloodlines of Salem." Internet Genealogy; Net Notes Section, p. 6. Niagara Falls, N.Y.: Moorshead Magazines Ltd. August-September 2008.

6. Kuebler, Monica S. "Roadkill from the info highway." Rue Morgue. Toronto: Marrs Media Inc. June 2008.

7. Kerstens, Liz Kelley, CG, CGL, ed. "Bloodlines of Salem web site." Digital Genealogist; vol. 2, no. 3, News Briefs Section, p. 4. Plymouth, Mich.: Digital Genealogist LLC. May-June 2008.

8. Eastman, Dick. "Bloodlines of Salem." Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter. Northborough, Mass.: Richard W. Eastman. April 17, 2008.

9. Chirokas, Chris. "Scott McKay found this." Francis Cooke Society Newsletter; vol. 6, no. 2, Website Spotlight, p. 3. Boca Raton, Fla.: Pilgrim Francis Cooke Society. April 2008.

10. Cleveland, Debra. "Family-history group welcomes Salem Witch Trial descendants: Descendents of Framingham's Salem's End first settlers invited." Framingham (Mass.) Online News. Framingham, Mass.: Debra Cleveland. Oct. 22, 2007.

11. Whitaker, Thomas. "Exclusive: 'Draco Malfoy' is a witch: Harry Potter villain Draco Malfoy is related to real-life witches." The (London) Sun; News Section. London: News Group Newspapers Ltd. June 22, 2007.
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"'Stop moving!' Hermione ordered them. 'I know what this is -- it's Devil's Snare!'"
--J.K. Rowling, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
[Martha Carrier's son Richard, 18, was asked by a trials judge "have you bin in the Devils snare"?]

"[A] group of middle-aged American witches sat gossiping happily beneath a spangled banner stretched between their tents that read: The Salem Witches' Institute."
--J.K. Rowling, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire"

"Quidditch reached the North American continent in the early seventeenth century, although it was slow to take hold there owing to the great intensity of anti-wizarding feeling unfortunately exported from Europe at the same time. The great caution exercised by wizard settlers, many of whom had hoped to find less prejudice in the New World, tended to restrict the growth of the game in its early days."
--Kennilworthy Whisp (J.K. Rowling), "Quidditch Through the Ages"

"In your opinion, which of the following contributed MOST to the introduction of the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy in 1692? Choose ONE. a. widespread persecution of wizarding children by Muggles, b. escalating attempts by Muggles to force witches and wizards to perform magic for Muggle ends, c. escalating attempts by Muggles to force witches and wizards to teach them magic, d. increasing numbers of witch-burnings, e. increasing numbers of Muggles being burned in mistake for witches, f. failure of Ministry of Magic Delegation to Muggle King and Queen (William and Mary) begging for protection under Muggle law."
--J.K. Rowling, "W.O.M.B.A.T. (Wizards' Ordinary Magic and Basic Aptitude Test) Grade 3"




Cambridge University Press "Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt" (2009) by Bernard Rosenthal

This book represents the first comprehensive record of all legal documents pertaining to the Salem Witch Trials, in chronological order. Numerous newly discovered manuscripts, as well as records published in earlier books that were overlooked in other editions, offer a comprehensive narrative account of the events of 1692-3, with supplementary materials stretching as far as the mid-18th century. The book may be used as a reference book or read as an unfolding narrative. All legal records are newly transcribed, and errors in previous editions have been corrected. Included in this edition is a historical introduction, a legal introduction, and a linguistic introduction. Manuscripts are accompanied by notes that, in many cases, identify the person who wrote the record. This has never been attempted, and much is revealed by seeing who wrote what, when.
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"House of the Seven Gables, The" by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1851) (Book)
"Weird Gathering, The" and other poems by John Greenleaf Whittier (1831-49) (Book)
"Rachel Dyer" by John Neal (1820) (Book)



Sony Pictures Entertainment "The Covenant" (2007) by Renny Harlin

Privilege and beauty abound at Spenser Academy, a New England boarding school for the region's reigning elite. "The Covenant" tells the story of the Sons of Ipswich, four young students bound by their sacred ancestry. As descendants of the original families who settled in Ipswich Colony in the 1600s, the boys have all been born with special powers. When a fifth descendant suddenly moves to town, secrets begin to unravel which threaten to break the covenant of silence that has protected their families for hundreds of years.
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20th Century Fox "The Crucible" (1996)

The Salem Witch Trials of 1692 are brought vividly to life by Nicholas Hytner in this compelling adaptation of Arthur Miller's play. A group of teenage girls meet at midnight in the woods for a secret love-conjuring ceremony. When their ceremony is witnessed by the town minister, the girls suddenly find themselves accused of witchcraft. Soon the entire village is consumed by cries of witchcraft and, as the hysteria grows, blameless victims are torn from their homes, leading to a devastating climax.
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Walt Disney Pictures "Hocus Pocus" (1993)

In 17th century Salem, witch sisters Winifred, Sarah and Mary Sanderson transformed Thackery Binx into an immortal black cat for trying to stop them from absorbing the life force of his sister, Emily. When the witches were tried and executed by the locals, Winifred vowed their return. Her promise proved true 300 years later when, on Halloween 1993, Max Dennison, a skeptical teenager, lighted her Black Flame Candle with his younger sister, Dani, and his love interest, Allison, present. The witches resurrected as planned but, to remain alive and young, they must steal another child's life force before Halloween ends.
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. "Night of Dark Shadows" (1971)

Young artist Quentin Collins arrives with his wife, Tracy, at his newly inherited estate of Collinwood in Collinsport, Maine, where they meet the mansion housekeeper, Carlotta Drake, and the estate caretaker, Gerard Stiles. The Collins's friends, novelists Alex Jenkins and his wife, Claire, move into a cottage at the estate. Quentin begins soon to be troubled by startling visions and haunting dreams about one of his ancestors, Charles Collins, and his mistress and brother's wife, Angelique Bouchard Collins, who was hanged as a witch in a past century. Carlotta reveals eventually to Quentin that she is the reincarnation of Sarah Castle, a little girl who lived at the estate more than 150 years earlier, and that Quentin is the reincarnation of Charles. Charles had an affair with Angelique, resulting in her being hanged and he being sealed alive in the family crypt.
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"Covenant II, The" (Planned) (Film)
"Colour from the Dark" (2007) (Film)
"Hysteria" (2006) (Film)
"Miskatonic Acid Test, The" (2006) (Film)
"Susannah" (2006) (Film)
"Keeper of Souls" (2004) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Evil Clergymen, The" (2002) (Film)
"Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Witch City" (1996) (Film)
"Witchcraft VIII: Salem's Ghost" (1996) (Film) -- Buy DVD
"Unnamable II, The: The Statement of Randolph Carter" (1993) (Film) -- Buy DVD
"Teen Witch" (1989) (Film) -- Buy DVD
"Warlock" (1989) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Love at Stake" (1988) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Unnamable, The" (1988) (Film) -- Buy DVD
"Witchcraft I" (1988) (Film) -- Buy DVD
"Curse, The" (1987) (Film)
"Witches of Eastwick, The" (1987) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS -- Buy CD
"Devonsville Terror, The" (1983) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Creepshow: The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill" (1982) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Superstition" (1982) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Burned at the Stake" (1981) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Crucible, The" (1980) (Film)
"Witches of Salem, The: The Horror and the Hope" (1972) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Dunwich Horror, The" (1970) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Mark of the Witch" (1970) (Film)
"Curse of the Crimson Altar, The" (1968) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"House of the Seven Gables, The" (1967) (Film)
"Die, Monster, Die!" (1965) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Haunted Palace, The" (1963) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"City of the Dead, The" ("Horror Hotel" in the United States) (1960) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Sorcieres de Salem, Les" (1957) (Film)
"I Married a Witch" (1942) (Film) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"House of the Seven Gables, The" (1940) (Film) -- Buy VHS
"Maid of Salem" (1937) (Film)
"Puritan Passions" (1923) (Film)
"Witch City" (1997) (Film) -- Buy DVD
"Witchcraft" (1916) (Film)
"Witch of Salem Town, A" (1915) (Film)
"Witch of Salem, The" (1913) (Film)
"House of the Seven Gables, The" (1910) (Film)


NBC Television "Who Do You Think You Are?" Episode 1: Sarah Jessica Parker (2010)

Sarah meets with her brother Toby before starting her journey. The two siblings would both be surprised if they had roots that dated back to the Mayflower and Sarah hopes to find something of interest to tell her children. Sarah's father's side of the family dates back to Eastern European Jewish, but there is a lot unknown about her mother's side.

History Channel "Surviving History" Episode 2: Missile Launchers, Military Discipline and Human Torture (2008)

The guys at The Scarefactory in Columbus, Ohio, explore a variety of military tactics spanning the last 2000 years. Chad examines some missile-launching stratagems dating back to Ancient Rome. Kermit studies the punishment of the 17th century British Navy with a Cat o' Nine Tails. Rob tackles the Vietnam War human-torture technique "the Pretzel." And, Brian experiences a "Peine Forte Et Dure" machine to test the deadly pressing torture used at the Salem Witch Trials. Each week in the History Channel series "Surviving History," our team of thrill-seeking history buffs experiment with some of history's most amazing inventions. Master craftsmen survey the past to experience the most inventive devices and technologies ever created. Using a variety of skills (welding, design, carpentry), the multitalented team rebuilds elements from the past in an effort to better understand history.

Sci Fi Channel "Ghost Hunters" Episode 317: Salem Witch (2007)

Donna LaCroix sits down with Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson to review her most recent research into haunted locations in legendary Salem, Mass. Ever since she visited the town at age 11, Donna has been obsessed with it and its stories. Now, she thinks the time is right for TAPS The Atlantic Paranormal Society to go and investigate. She brings the team to the Lyceum Bar & Grill built near where Bridget Bishop, the first woman hanged as a witch, lived in the 17th century. The next day, the team heads over to the Hawthorne Hotel. Grant brings in Dave Tango and Dustin Pari to help with the investigation. They tour the hotel and check out the library (known formerly as the Lower Deck) and several of the guest rooms where the most frequent sightings have been reported.
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Showtime Networks Inc. "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" Episode 112: Ouija Boards/Near Death Experiences (2003)

Salem Witch Trials experts Christian Day, Robert Murch, Shawn Poirier, Sandra Mariah Power and Molly Stewart join master showmen Penn & Teller to deliver a high-octane, weird, wacky, entertaining journey through some bizarre territory that no one else is brave enough to touch, with this Showtime series episode. Whether demonstrating how history's most perplexing magic acts are performed in their sell-out Las Vegas stage shows and television specials, or producing their own series that pulls the wool off the public's eyes, Penn & Teller's mission is to expose the truth to an otherwise desperate and gullible public. As our increasingly anti-intellectual, anti-science culture moves on each day to new crackpot subject matters, Penn & Teller are there.
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"Haunted Histories Collection" (2007) (History Channel) -- Buy DVD
"History of Witchcraft Collection" (2007) (History Channel)
"Mysterious Journeys: The Witches of Salem" (2007) (Travel Channel) -- Buy DVD
"Charmed: The Last Temptation of Christy" (2006) (WB) -- Buy DVD
"Look Away: A Tale From Salem" (2006) (TV)
"Haunted History of Halloween" (2005) (History Channel) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Masters of Horror: The Dreams in the Witch House" (2005) (Showtime) -- Buy DVD 1 -- Buy DVD 2
"Colonial House" (2004) (PBS) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"History Detectives: Abbott's House, Essex County, Mass." (2004) (PBS)
"Witch Hunt" (2004) (History Channel) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Witchcraft" (2004) (History Channel)
"Unsolved History: Salem Witch Trials" (2003) (History Channel) -- Buy DVD
"Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (2000-3) (WB) -- Buy VHS
"Eastwick" (2002) (FOX)
"Salem Witch Trials" (2002) (CBS-TV) -- Buy DVD -- Buy Blu-ray Disc
"Histeria! When America Was Young" (2001) (WB)
"Secrets of the Dead: The Witches' Curse" (2001) (PBS) -- Buy VHS
"Charmed: All Halliwell's Eve" (2000) (WB) -- Buy DVD
"In Search of History: Witchcraft" (2000) (History Channel) -- Buy VHS
"Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996-2000) (ABC-TV) -- Buy DVD
"Charmed: The Witch is Back" (1998) (WB) -- Buy DVD
"City Confidential: Secrets and Superstition in Salem" (1998) (Court TV) -- Buy VHS
"I've Been Waiting for You" (1998) (NBC-TV) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"In Search of History: Salem Witch Trials" (1998) (History Channel) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Ancient Mysteries: Witchcraft in America" (1997) (History Channel) -- Buy VHS
"Simpsons, The: Treehouse of Horror VIII" (1997) (FOX) -- Buy DVD
"Ancient Mysteries: Witches" (1996) (History Channel) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"Witch Hunt, The" (1995) (Discovery)
"Saturday Night Live: Salem Bitch Trials" (1993) (NBC-TV)
"Witches of Eastwick, The" (1992) (TV)
"Three Sovereigns for Sarah" (1985) (PBS) -- Buy DVD -- Buy VHS
"In Search of... Salem Witches" (1980) (TV)
"Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: To Switch a Witch" (1978) (ABC) -- Buy DVD
"Bewitched: Darrin on a Pedestal" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: Paul Revere Rides Again" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: Salem, Here We Come" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: Samantha's Bad Day in Salem" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: Samantha's Hot Bed Warmer" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: Samantha's Old Salem Trip" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: The Salem Saga" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Bewitched: To Go or Not to Go, That is the Question" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Dark Shadows: Episode 1140" (1970) (ABC-TV)
"Crucible, The" (1967) (TV)
"Bewitched: The Girl with the Golden Nose" (1966) (ABC-TV) -- Buy DVD
"Bewitched: A Nice Little Dinner Party" (1965) (ABC-TV) -- Buy DVD
"Bewitched: Eye of the Beholder" (1965) (ABC-TV) -- Buy DVD
"Bewitched: We're in for a Bad Spell" (1965) (ABC-TV) -- Buy DVD


Hanna-Barbera Cartoons Inc. "Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost" (1999)

The Mystery Inc. gang of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma is invited by horror writer Ben Ravencroft to his New England hometown of Oakhaven. When they arrive, they discover that the town is haunted by the ghost of a witch. Ravencroft believes that the ghost is that of his ancestor, Sarah, who was persecuted as a witch by the town residents hundreds of years ago. Ben tells the gang that Sarah was actually a Wiccan and wants their help in clearing her name by finding her old journal. The gang is helped by a goth-girl rock band named the "Hex Girls" during their investigation. Like a number of direct-to-video Scooby-Doo animated films released in the late-1990s and early-2000s, "Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost" features real ghosts instead of bad guys in masks.
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"Dark Shadows: Bloopers & Treasures" (2006) (MPI Home Video) -- Buy DVD
"Salem Witch Trials Video Quiz" (2005) (Sunburst Visual Media) -- Buy DVD


iLiKETRAiNS "We Go Hunting" (2008)

iLiKETRAiNS is a post-rock band from Leeds, England. The band's songs are composed of expansive orchestral and guitar-based sounds. "We Go Hunting" is two-track CD single performed by the band, and was published on April 21, 2008 by Beggars Banquet Records. The songs "We Go Hunting" described the Salem Witch Trials and "More Weight" described how Giles Corey was crushed to death by stone weights during the trials.
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"Funeral for Yesterday: Witch Hunt" by Kittie (2007) -- Buy CD
"Salem 1692" by Ceremonial Castings (2007) (CD)
"Covenant, The: Soundtrack" by Various (2006) -- Buy CD
"Educated Horses: American Witch" by Rob Zombie (2006) -- Buy CD
"Educated Horses: The Lords of Salem" by Rob Zombie (2006) -- Buy CD
"Lover, the Lord Has Left Us: The Heretic" by the Sound of Animals Fighting (2006) -- Buy CD
"New Salem Witch Hunters" by New Salem Witch Hunters (2006) -- Buy CD
"Tales of Witchcraft" by John Loughman (2006) -- Buy CD
"Roadrunner United: The All-Star Sessions: In the Fire" by Various Artists(2005) -- Buy CD
"Lullabies to Paralyze: Burn the Witch" by Queens of the Stone Age (2005) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Never See the Sun Again: Mistake" by Hymns of the Wicked (2005) -- Buy CD
"Nymphetamine" by Cradle of Filth (2004) -- Buy Enhanced CD -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Darklore Manor" by Nox Arcana (2003) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Under a Killing Moon: The Artist in the Ambulance" by Thrice (2003) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download 1 -- Buy Download 2
"Witches -- Salem (1692 vs. 2001)" by Elvira Madigan (2003) -- Buy Download
"Lovecraft & Witch Hearts: For Those Who Died" by Cradle of Filth (2002) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Anybody" by Rose Polenzani (1999) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Black Sails in the Sunset: Malleus Maleficarum" by AFI (1999) -- Buy CD
"Witch Burning" by Salem Mass (1999) -- Buy CD
"In/Casino/Out: Hulahoop Wounds" by At the Drive-In (1998) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Something Wicked This Way Comes: Burning Times" by Iced Earth (1998) -- Buy CD
"Crucible, The: Soundtrack" by George Fenton (1996) -- Buy CD
"Pacific Trim: Give It a Day" by Pavement (1996) -- Buy CD
"Hocus Pocus: Soundtrack" by John Debney (1993) -- Buy CD
"In Utero: Serve the Servants" by Nirvana (1993) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Eye, The" by King Diamond (1990) -- Buy CD
"Monster: Monster/Suicide/America" by Steppenwolf (1990) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Warlock: Soundtrack" by Jerry Goldsmith (1989) -- Buy CD
"Plastic Surgery Disasters/In God We Trust Inc.: Moral Majority" by Dead Kennedys (1988) -- Buy CD
"Witches of Eastwick, The: Soundtrack" by John Williams (1987) -- Buy CD
"Devonsville Terror, The: Soundtrack" by Ray Colcord (1983) (CD)
"Moving Pictures: Witch Hunt" by Rush (1981) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download
"Live at the Witch Trials" by the Fall (1979) -- Buy CD
"Crucible, The: Original Cast Recording" (1961) -- Buy CD -- Buy Download


"Witch Hunt" Constitution by Lynne Olson (1992) (Periodical)
"Criminal Trial Before Lawyers, The" U. Chi. L. Rev. by John H. Langbein (1978) (Periodical)
"Team-Up: Visions of Hate!" (1976) (Periodical)
"Ergotism: The Satan Loosed in Salem?" by Linnda R. Caporael, in Science Vol. 192 (1976) (Periodical)
"Witch Trial at Mount Holly, A" by Benjamin Franklin (1730) (Periodical)


"Witchcraze" by Patricia Causey (2002-7) (Musical)
"Cry Innocent: The People versus Bridget Bishop" by Mark Stevick (1999-2007) (Play)
"Witches of Eastwick, The" (2000) (Musical)
"Crucible, The" by Arthur Miller (1961) (Opera)
"Crucible, The" by Arthur Miller (1952) (Play)
"Giles Corey, Yeoman" by Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (1893) (Play)
"Giles Corey of the Salem Farms" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1868) (Play)


"Lord knows that I haven't hurt them, The'" by Howard Pyle, in "Dulcibel: A tale of old Salem" by Henry Peterson, Philadelphia (1907) (Illustration)
"Marched from jail for the last time" by Howard Pyle, in "Dulcibel: A tale of old Salem" by Henry Peterson, Philadelphia (1907) (Illustration)
"She stood up serene but heroic" by Howard Pyle, in "Dulcibel: A tale of old Salem" by Henry Peterson, Philadelphia (1907) (Illustration)
"Tituba" by John Whetten Ehninger, in "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," Boston (1902) (Illustration)
"Tituba and Mary Walcott" by John Whetten Ehninger, in "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," Boston (1902) (Illustration)
"Mary Walcott Accusing Giles Corey" by John Whetten Ehninger, in "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," Boston (1902) (Illustration)
"Martha Corey" by John Whetten Ehninger, in "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," Boston (1902) (Illustration)
"Father! Father!" by Howard Pyle, in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, New York (1893) (Illustration)
"Sheriff brought the witch up the broad aisle, her chains clanking as she stepped, The" by F.A. Carter, in "The Witch of Salem, or Credulity Run Mad" by John R. Musick, New York (1893) (Illustration)
"There is a Flock of Yellow Birds Around Her Head" by Howard Pyle, in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, New York (1893) (Illustration)
"Court Trial of Witches" by unknown, in "Witchcraft Illustrated" by Henrietta D. Kimball, Boston (1892) (Illustration)
"Giles Corey's Punishment and Awful Death" by unknown, in "Witchcraft Illustrated" by Henrietta D. Kimball, Boston (1892) (Illustration)
"Tituba Teaching the First Act of Witchcraft" by unknown, in "Witchcraft Illustrated" by Henrietta D. Kimball, Boston (1892) (Illustration)
"Witch, The, No. 1" by Joseph E. Baker, Geo. H. Walker & Co., Boston (circa 1892) (Lithograph)
"Witch, The, No. 2" by Joseph E. Baker, Geo. H. Walker & Co., Boston (circa 1892) (Lithograph)
"Witch, The, No. 3" by Joseph E. Baker, Geo. H. Walker & Co., Boston (circa 1892) (Lithograph)
"Witches, The" by Walter McEwen, in the collection of Dallas Museum of Art (circa 1892) (Painting)
"Execution of Mrs. Ann Hibbins [on Boston Commons in 1657]" by F.T. Merrill, in "Lynn and Surroundings" by Clarence W. Hobbs, Lynn, Mass. (1886) (Illustration)
"Accused of Witchcraft" by Douglas Volk, in the collection of Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington (1884) (Painting)
"Arresting a Witch" by Howard Pyle, in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, New York (1883) (Illustration)
"Burroughs and the Sheriffs" by Alfred Rudolph Waud, in "A Popular History of the United States" vol. 2 by William Cullen Bryant, New York (1878) (Illustration)
"Captain Alden Denounced" by Alfred Fredericks, in "A Popular History of the United States" vol. 2 by William Cullen Bryant, New York (1878) (Illustration)
"Tituba and the Children" by Alfred Fredericks, in "A Popular History of the United States" vol. 2 by William Cullen Bryant, New York (1878) (Illustration)
"Trial of Giles Corey" by Charles S. Reinhardt, in "A Popular History of the United States" vol. 2 by William Cullen Bryant, New York (1878) (Illustration)
"Witchcraft at Salem Village" likely by F.O.C. Darley, Granville Perkins or Wm. L. Shepard, in "Pioneers in the Settlement of America" vol. 1 by William A. Crafts, Boston (1876) (Illustration)
"Legend of Salem, The: The Rev. George Burroughs was accused of witchcraft on the evidence of feats of strength, tried, hung, and buried beneath the gallows" by unknown, in Leslie's Weekly illustrated newspaper, v. 31, (1871) (Illustration)
"Witch Hill" or "The Salem Martyr" by Thomas Slatterwhite Noble, in the collection of New York Historical Society, New York (1869) (Painting)
"Trial of George Jacobs, The, August 5, 1692" by Tompkins Harrison Matteson, in the collection of The Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass. (1855) (Painting)
"Examination of a Witch" by Tompkins Harrison Matteson, in the collection of The Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass. (1853) (Painting)
"Soul-killing witches that deform the body, The" by T. Bedlington, in "The Wonders of the Invisible World" by Robert Calef, Boston (1828) (Illustration)


"Thou shalt not suffer a witch to liue."
--Geneva Bible, Exodus 22:18

Boness, Neil and Suzana Sukovic, ed. "Witchcraft, Demonology and the Inquisition." University of Sydney Library Rare Book and Special Collections. Sydney, 2007.
___. Baxter, Richard. "The certainty of the worlds of spirits." London, 1691.
___. [Browne, Thomas]. "A Tryal of witches at the assizes held at Bury St Edmonds." London, 1682.
___. Glanvill, Joseph. "Blow at modern sadducism in some philosophical considerations about witchcraft." London, 1668.
___. Glanvill, Joseph. "Essays on several important subjects in philosophy and religion." London, 1676.
___. Glanvill, Joseph. "Sadducismus triumphatis." London, 1681.
___. Hutchinson, Francis. "An historical essay concerning witchcraft." London, 1718.
___. James I, king of England. "Daemonologie." London, 1603.
___. Kramer, Henry (Henricus Institoris) and James (Jacobus) Sprenger. "The Malleus Maleficarum." 1486.

Burr, George Lincoln, ed. "Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706." New York, 1914.
___. Brattle, Thomas, F.R.S. "Letter to the Rev. ___." 1692."
___. Calef, Robert. "More Wonders of the Invisible World." London, 1700.
___. Hale, The Rev. John. "A Modest Enquiry into the Nature of Witchcraft." Boston, 1702.
___. Lawson, The Rev. Deodat. "A Brief and True Narrative of Some Remarkable Passages Relating to Sundry Persons Afflicted by Witchcraft, at Salem Village which Happened from the Nineteenth of March, to the fifth of April, 1692." Boston, 1692.
___. Mather, The Rev. Cotton. "Thaumatographia Pneumatica (The Wonders of the Invisible World)." 1693.
___. Phips, Governor Sir William. "Letters to the Home Government." 1692-3.

Cornell University Library. "Witchcraft Collection." 2007.
___. Calef, Robert. "More Wonders of the Invisible World." London, 1700.
___. Calef, Robert. "Some Few Remarks, upon a Scandalous Book, against the Government and Ministry of New-England." Boston, 1701.
___. Hale, The Rev. John. "A Modest Enquiry into the Nature of Witchcraft." Boston, 1702.
___. Hutchinson, Francis. "Excerpt of The Witchcrafts at Salem, Boston, and Andover in New England." 1718.
___. Hutchinson, Francis. "An historical essay concerning witchcraft." London, 1720.
___. Hutchinson, Gov. Thomas. "Excerpt of The History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay." Boston, 1767.
___. Hutchinson, Gov. Thomas. "The Witchcraft Delusion of 1692." Boston, 1870.
___. Lawson, The Rev. Deodat. "A Brief and True Narrative of Some Remarkable Passages Relating to Sundry Persons Afflicted by Witchcraft." Boston, 1692.
___. Lawson, The Rev. Deodat. "Christ's Fidelity the only Shield against Satan's Malignity." 1704.
___. Mather, The Rev. Cotton. "Magnalia Christi Americana." London, 1702.
___. Mather, The Rev. Increase. "A Further Account of the Tryals of the New England Witches." London, 1693.
___. Maule, Thomas. "New-England Pesecutors Mauled With their own Weapons." New York, 1697.
___. Maule, Thomas. "Truth Held Forth and Maintained According to the Testimony of the holy Prophets, Christ and his Apostles recorded in the holy Scriptures." New York, 1695.
___. Willard, The Rev. Samuel. "Some Mifcellany OBSERVATIONS On our prefent Debates refpecting Witchcrafts, in a Dialogue Between S. & B., By P.E. and J.A." Philadelphia, 1692.

Essex Society of Genealogists, ed. "The Essex Genealogist; vol. 4, no. 3, August." Lynnfield, Mass., 1984.
___. Pease, Elaine K., M.L.S. "Goody Pease of Salem Town." 1984.

Hanover College Internet Archive of Texts and Documents. "Early Modern Europe: The Witch Hunts." 1999.
___. Brattle, Thomas, F.R.S. "Letter to the Rev. ___." 1692."
___. Burr, George Lincoln, ed. "Witchcraft in New York: The Cases of Hall and Harrison." "Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706." New York, 1914.
___. Calef, Robert. "More Wonders of the Invisible World." London, 1700.
___. Green, Samuel A., ed. "Groton In the Witchcraft Times." "'A briefe account of a strange & unusuall Providence of God befallen to Elizabeth Knap of Groton,' by the Rev. Samuel Willard (c. 1671)." 1883.
___. Hale, The Rev. John. "A Modest Enquiry into the Nature of Witchcraft." Boston, 1702.
___. James I, king of England. "Daemonologie." London, 1603.
___. Kramer, Henry (Henricus Institoris) and James (Jacobus) Sprenger. "The Malleus Maleficarum." 1486.
___. Lawson, The Rev. Deodat. "A Brief and True Narrative of Some Remarkable Passages Relating to Sundry Persons Afflicted by Witchcraft, at Salem Village which Happened from the Nineteenth of March, to the fifth of April, 1692." Boston, 1692.
___. Mather, The Rev. Cotton. "Discourse on Witchcraft." Boston, 1689.
___. Mather, The Rev. Cotton. "Thaumatographia Pneumatica (The Wonders of the Invisible World)." 1693.
___. Mather, The Rev. Increase. "A Further Account of the Tryals of the New England Witches." London, 1693.
___. Mather, The Rev. Increase. "Remarkable Providences." 1683.
___. Maule, Thomas. "Truth Held Forth and Maintained According to the Testimony of the holy Prophets, Christ and his Apostles recorded in the holy Scriptures." New York, 1695.
___. Phips, Governor Sir William. "Letters to the Home Government." 1692-3.

Lawson, The Rev. Deodat. "'Witchcraft In Salem' (1704)." Michael Sees, ed. 2006.


Phillips, James Duncan. "Part of Salem in 1700." Salem, Mass.: James Duncan Phillips, 1933.
Map 1700
Upham, W.P. "Map of Salem Village, 1692."
Salem, Mass.: W.P. Upham, 1866.
Map 1692

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