From New Haven Register:
There was a time in Connecticut when it just wasn’t safe to be a “witch.”
More accurately, the real danger came from being accused of witchcraft, whether you were or were not practicing it. And it was true danger: About 45 years prior to the Salem witch trials, Connecticut was the first of the 13 colonies in Colonial America to execute a so-called witch, according to the Seymour Public Library. On May 26, 1647, Alse Young from Windsor, was executed.
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