“I saw Goody Osburn with the Devil!”
Proctor’s Ledge is believed to be the site at which 19 innocent people were hanged in 1692 for the supposed crime of witchcraft. A memorial stands on the site, featuring a granite wall with the names of the 19 hanged for their "crimes" and an oak tree, a symbol of endurance. The hangings likely occurred on an oak.
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Proctor's Ledge Witch Execution Memorial
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