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“Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.”

Exodus 22:18 KJV

Thou Shalt Not Suffer: The Witch Trial Podcast is the show about how and why we hunt witches. Rather than focus exclusively on one geographical area or time period, our show covers witch trials from ancient times to the present, around the globe. We talk about history, current events, and all aspects of witch trials. 

We feature historical facts and interviews with leading witch trial researchers and activists. Each episode includes the story of a historical person accused of witchcraft and an update on witch-hunts happening in the world right now. Our aim is to learn how to stop witch-hunting behavior.

Meet
Our Hosts

Josh Hutchinson

Josh Hutchinson (@salemwitchhunt) is a writer and the descendant of multiple people accused of witchcraft. He has been studying witch trials for 14 years and has 8 years experience sharing what he learns online through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other online platforms.

Sarah Jack

Sarah Jack (@restingwitches) is a creative advocate for witch trial history who descends from a person hanged for alleged witchcraft. She curates online social connections for descendants, researchers and other advocates, and she facilitates the exchange of witch trial knowledge and facts.

Our hosts are Josh Hutchinson and Sarah Jack.

Descendants of Connecticut Witch Trial Victims Thou Shalt Not Suffer: The Witch Trial Podcast

Presenting intimate interviews with the descendants of Connecticut witch trial victims. They discuss why the exoneration of Connecticut witch trial victims is important to them and to the accused witches in our modern world.  Learn how discovering this ancestry impacted descendant lives and why the stories of their accused witch ancestors must be talked about.  Grab a tissue box and get ready to feel the emotions.Descendents:Sherry KuiperAlse FreemanRosemary LangMorgan Leigh KelseySue BaileyLaura SecordCaitlin GoldenSarah JackLinks:Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England by John Putnam Demos Annie Eliot Trumbull, "One Blank of Windsor", Literary Section, Hartford Courant, December 3, 1904 (requires newspapers.com subscription or free trial) Detestable and Wicked Arts, Paul B. MoyerPlease sign the petition to exonerate those accused of witchcraft in ConnecticutJoin the CT Witch Trial Exoneration Project Discord ServerMary Lousie Bingham on the Connecticut Accused WitchesCT W.I.T.C.H. MemorialSalem Witch-Hunt The Witch Trials Hysteria History of the American Colonies Samuel Wyllys Papers Associated Daughters of Early American WitchesWitchcraft Belief by Boris GershmanLeo Igwe, AfAWAdvocacy Against Witch Hunts, South AfricaEnd Witch Hunts ProjectsJoin us on Discord to share your ideas and feedback.WebsiteTwitterFacebookInstagramLinkedInYouTubeTikTokBuzzsproutSupport the show
  1. Descendants of Connecticut Witch Trial Victims
  2. Katherine Howe on the Salem Witch-Hunt
  3. The Putnams of Salem
  4. Documenting the Exoneration of the Last Witch of Salem
  5. Witch-Hunts in Great Yarmouth and Salem with Dr. Danny Buck
  6. Malcolm Gaskill on The Ruin of All Witches
  7. Preview – Malcolm Gaskill on the Ruin of All Witches
  8. Salem Witch Trials with Maya Rook
  9. Connecticut Witch-Hunts and John Winthrop, Jr. with Dr. Scott Culpepper
  10. Should Connecticut's Witch Trial Victims be Exonerated?

Descendants of Connecticut Witch Trial Victims

Presenting intimate interviews with the descendants of Connecticut witch trial victims. They discuss why the exoneration of Connecticut witch trial victims is important to them and to the accused witches in our modern world. Learn how discovering this ancestry impacted descendant lives and why the stories of their accused witch ancestors must be talked about. Grab a tissue box and get ready to feel the emotions.

Katherine Howe on the Salem Witch-Hunt

Presenting New York Times best selling author Katherine Howe. She discusses how we should view the individuals from the Salem, MA witch trial history. Katherine gives us an exciting preview of her current fiction book project on 17th century female pirates:: A True Account of Hannah Masury’s Sojourn Amongst the Pyrates, Written by Herself: a novel.

The Putnams of Salem with Greg Houle

Presenting author and communications professional Greg Houle. He discusses his upcoming novel, “The Putnams of Salem”. Listen as he gives us a glimpse of what he imagines the first person perspective could have been for Ann Putnam Jr, and her father Thomas Putnam. What role did they play in the trials?

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