Salem, the home of all good people's like a god in heaven.
People with good faith on Jesus and were proud of their leaven.
It was bright and sunny day with a blue sky.
Abigail and her friends were coughed dancing in the forest and tries to overfly.
Naked Abigail and chicken in her hand, drinking blood madly.
All the girls ran away and minister started to think sadly.
Minister was hopeless so, he asked about the accident to Abigail.
Young minister was invited to research about witchcraft, whose name was John Hale.
Abigail started to spread her bitter lies all around the town of Salem.
All the girls were forced to be silent by Abigail so, people think that they are ambivalent.
Tituba was accused as a witch in Salem for the first time.
Day by day many people were accused and Abigail said the world is mine.
Judge Danforth was confused about all of these witchcrafts trials.
Mr. Proctor knows that Abigail is accusing her wife too, which was her only goal.
Innocent Rebecca, Elizabeth and even Mr. Proctor were accused.
Good name of Proctor was not there anymore in a town of Salem.
Peace land of Salem is now land of devil like Abigail.
Many innocent people were hanged and many others were paled.
Few people were with Proctor, but not a god because the god was already dead.
Proctor was hanged along with other innocent people as the story of a Crucible said.
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