Salem Witch Trials


Dorcas Good Biography

  • She was Sarah Good's daughter.
  • At five-years-old, she was the youngest prisoner of the Salem witch trials.
  • When questioned, she stated that her familiar was a little snake. She said it would talk to her and sucked blood from her finger. A red spot was found at the tip of her finger where she said the snake would suckle.
  • She was never the same after her mother's death and months in prison.
  • In 1710 her father, William Good, told the General Court that since her imprisonment Dorcas was unable to "govern herself."
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