My Salem Witch Trials Murder on July 19, 1692

Under hypnosis in late August 2015 it came out that I was Sarah Good.

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The anniversary of my murder is coming up on Sunday, and I feel urged to write about it.  During a hypnotic past life regression in 2002 to get to the root (hopefully) of my very stubborn neck/head pain, I found myself back in Salem, MA during the famous…or infamous…Witch Trials.  I can still vividly “see” in my mind’s eye the stone walled, dark, damp jail cell I was held in for quite a while.  Although I was TOTALLY INNOCENT, I was someone who was interested in herbal medicine and things like that.  I would go into the woods and try to help sick animals.  I remember that what upset me so much, because I was kind of resigned about my fate, was hearing the cries, begging, screaming, and pleading of those who were taken out before me to be murdered.  I cannot bring myself to say “executed” because it was…

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21 thoughts on “My Salem Witch Trials Murder on July 19, 1692

  1. After reading your post, I am just very interested in what you have to say about being Sarah Good. I would like to talk to about what you experienced in your vision but not if it will bring up any painful emotions. Only if you want to talk about I will proceed. Just email me with your response and whatever you decide I will respect. Thank you!

    • During hypnotic regression I relived being in jail…the pleas of those killed before me were very upsetting. As I stood before my hanging I was defiant. I said something like “May God forgive you for what you do as you do not know.” I was stoic. But, the deaths of the others and them begging for mercy will haunt me forever.

  2. Do you recall what color clothes the five of you were wearing? From your description, it sounds like you were hanged on some sort of platform and not a tree. Do you recall if hoods were placed over your heads? Were you all hanged one a time or all together? If you don’t feel comfortable answering this, just tell me so.

    • ​The regression was back in 2002 so it’s somewhat foggy now. I just recall everything being drab colors…earth tones. The whole thing just looked dark and dismal. Yes, I stood on a platform as I looked out upon the gathered crowd. I can’t remember if there was a hood or not. I just remember the choking and I physically was traumatized so that my hypnotist had to pull me out of it. People were killed in succession, not all at once.​

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      • Well thank you for that. Being a fan of history, I have been studying the witch trials for many years. Sarah Good was said to have cursed Nicholas Noyes and many years later he died of an internal hemorrhage. Then again, I don’t think anybody can verify that she actually did that. The same goes with Giles Corey. People have said there was no way he could have laid a curse on every sheriff with all that weight on top of him. Yet, somehow, every sheriff in Essex County has either died or had to leave office because of some blood or heart ailment. These may be just legends but I just wanted to share that with you.

      • ​Oh wow. That’s interesting. What I also found interesting is that, supposedly, Sarah Good was an outcast…and poor. She would go door to door begging for food/money. Well, I have always hated to ever ask for help. I will put myself at risk because I don’t ever want to ask anyone for anything. I suspect now that it’s a carryover from my life as Sarah.​

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      • She was noted to be a beggar woman so she was an easy target for witch accusations. The other four hanged with her were Susannah Martin, Sarah Wildes, Elizabeth Howe, and Rebecca Nurse. Howe and Wildes were Topsfield women who had long been suspected of being witches. Susannah Martin had been tried for witchcraft before. Rebecca Nurse was noted for being a good Christian and she was originally found not guilty. However, the antics of the girls and the persuasion of Judge William Stoughton got the jury to change their verdict and she was excommunicated from the church. Sarah Good’s words to Nicholas Noyes on the gallows were “You are a liar! I am no more a witch than you are a wizard! If you take away my life, God will give you blood to drink!”

      • ​See what I mean, though, about me being hostile up until the last minute? (Rightfully so!) Where others were scared, crying, etc. I was pissed.​

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      • I bet you were! When the Court of Oyer of Terminer started to pick out cases, Thomas Newton, the crown attorney was picking out cases he thought would ensure a conviction. Bridget Bishop was the first to go to trial. She had been married three times, had a sharp tongue, had insults pinned on her and her husband in the street, stole bread, was said to have poppets in her cellar wall made of hog bristles. She would have been found guilty in a typical English court. What made me made about Sarah Good too was that an afflicted girl was caught lying! She screamed and writhed on the floor and even produced a blade from a knife that Sarah Good had stopped her with. A youth then stood up and said it was piece of HIS knife. He took the piece from the girl and it fit his knife perfect. You know what happened? The judges merely rebuffed the girl to stop lying and allowed her to stick to testimony that she deemed to be true! They allowed her to continue testifying! They judges could have easily stopped that madness at any time and they didn’t!

      • ​There are theories that most of this was about $$$. There was land rights being fought over, etc. But, you can also see why I’m not a fan of Christianity.​

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      • Oh yes that is one of many theories. There was also disagreements between the farmers and merchants of the village and town, some wanted the minister Samuel Parris out of there, the attached of the Native Americans and their French allies, post traumatic stress disorder, spread of disease, women and girls being seen and not heard.

      • ​During the regression (the first time in 2002…was regressed again in 2015) at first I thought I was Rebecca Nurse. What’s odd…or not…is that I “saw” myself as younger. But, it’s possible that was an act of my ego wanting to be younger and more attractive. It seems that the whole Salem area at that time was a mess! And, want to hear something super eerie? When a friend was doing my family tree for me, it turned out that 2 of my relatives were involved in the Witch Trials! One testified FOR an accused witch and one testified AGAINST an accused witch. I had this sinking feeling that my own real relative had actually helped get me killed, but, nope, the person had testified against someone else. That would have been so weird!​

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      • At the time they were hanged, Sarah Good was only 39. Rebecca Nurse and Susannah Marting were in their early 70s. Sarah Wildes was 65 while Elizabeth Howe was in her mid to late 50s.

      • ​Oh! I didn’t know that. I really am not totally up on Salem history. 39 is feasible for what I saw of myself then.​

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      • ​My family tree printout is literally 3 feet wide by 20 feet long. Their names are in there somewhere but I’ve not got the time to check.​

        On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 2:47 PM, On Angels' Wings Productions wrote:

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      • When you have the time I would love to find out their names, who it was they defended and testified against. This is so fascinating. If you could recall from your regression, what order were you all hanged in? Nobody seems to know the exact order except maybe on August 19 George Burroughs was the first to be executed.

      • ​I don’t recall the order, but I was clearly later in the group. I can remember being in my dingy/dank cell and hearing the people go by…crying…begging… 😦 ​

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      • Well thank you for this. Nobody has any diary entries from 1692 with the exception maybe of Judge Samuel Sewall but even he doesn’t go into great detail. Diaries from 1692 are blocked out because they wanted to forget about this horrible year.

      • ​As open minded as I am, it freaked even me out when during a regression THIS popped up…and that I gave the date July 19, 1692. When I got home and Googled it, I almost fainted. It explains why I’ve (since childhood) gotten extremely upset whenever anyone attacks or insults someone else because they may be Wiccan, or even LOOK like they may be a Witch.​

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