Why the Sandusky case is worse than the Salem Witch Trials
The witch trials banned testimony about demonic dreams and visions; the Sandusky trial convicted the defendant on hallucinations of sex abuse created by 'junk science'
At the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, several men publicly accused Bridget Bishop of haunting them in their beds at night, in the form of a spirit, or ghost.
On trial for her life, Bishop proclaimed her innocence.
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