Abigail desires john, but he loves his wife. She confesses to have seen the devil and danced for him with all the other girls. Elizabeth gets accused of being a witch by Abigail. Mary Warren Elizabeth’s servant friends with Abigail, informs her that she has been accused of being a witch. When john takes Mary to the court so she can testify against the girls they think it’s a bit suspicious.
Abigail says Elizabeth Proctor was with the devil. She claims that Elizabeth makes little dolls called poppets and uses them to inflict pain on others. She frames Mrs. Proctor by putting a needle in the newly made poppet and pretending it is really hurting herself. Elizabeth is now thought to be a witch. Afterwards, Abigail's friend, Mary Warren, tells the court that everything was made up.
And demandin’ of her how she come to be so stabbed, she testify it were your wife’s familiar spirit pushed it in’” (Miller 71). Spoken by Ezekiel Cheever, a clerk of the court, this dialogue shows that Abigail purposely stabs herself to make it seem as if it were the evil act of Elizabeth’s spirit. When the townsmen search the Proctors’ home, they discover the poppet with a needle poked in it (Abigail’s doing). Elizabeth is arrested, and Abigail is satisfied – for the time being. John Proctor, on the other hand, is outraged because he clearly knows the real motive behind Abigail’s deceitful
Soon after John and Abigail meet again and he threatens her, later Abby is found with a needle and claims that John’s wife’s, “familiar spirit pushed it in” (74). Abby was afflicted by a threat made by John, and this accusation, causes Goody Proctor to be arrested after Abigail was stabbed with a needle. Deeply affected by their family and friends being in jail John Proctor, Giles Corey, and Francis Nurse go to Deputy Governor Danforth to speak out, and Parris claims that they have “come to overthrow this court, your honor!” (92). According to Parris, John and his friends are going against the court, due to madness caused by Abigail and her friends; people are now looking at the court and the hanging judge and questioning what is really going on. After an insane hysteria caused by John Proctor admitting the affair he had with Abigail, he is sentenced to hang.
After being released from prison Hansen was married again within a few years, but also at this point was arrested for several small robberies. He was never formally charged with these crimes; however, when questioned about them he said he did them for the rush he received . Soon after, he and his wife moved to Anchorage, Alaska where he started a bakery and began to become successful and respected in the local community. It was here in the woodlands of Alaska that Hansen began to hunt avidly and he actually won several notorieties for large animals he killed with both rifles and arrows. At this time Anchorage was a relatively sleazy area with many strip clubs and prostitutes on the streets.
Isle Koch, also known as “The Bitch of Buchenwald,” is the wife of the creator of Buchenwald: Karl Koch. Isle was appointed as a SS-Aufseherin, overseer, of Buchenwald. Mrs. Koch would ride through the camp and whip and beat a prisoner that grabbed her attention for any reason. What really made Isle Koch famous were her creations out of human flesh. When she saw a prisoner with a tattoo she liked she would have that prisoner murdered.
These are horrible creatures from mythology and the darkest realms of the imagination. At the center of these awful creatures is the Witch. The Witch expects Aslan's arrival, and she tells her servants to tie him up. At first the servants are hesitant, but when Aslan does not resist, they are thrilled to oblige. The Witch's servants humiliate Aslan further by shaving off his mane, muzzling him, kicking him, and jeering at him.
As in Sinners the author uses strong metaphors describing hell and its eternal misery. Puritans believed in obeying the law of God. Any sign of the devil and they would judge you and betray you. As in the Crucible , a lady got angry with a man’s goat and cursed everyone to hell. They then took her to court.
The witch hunt led to Abigail having a destructive power trip. She controlled the town with fear. She acted as a ringleader to a bunch of scared girls. “Let either of you breathe a word, or the edge of a word, about the other things, and I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you.” (Miller 20) She controlled them and used the Court Officials to do her deeds. She not only acted as a tyrant but she pulled other people into her mess.
Then they split up: three waited by a nearby bridge, two others guarded the town square, and three more (including Jesse) walked into the bank. Once inside, they climbed over the counter, ordering the three employees to their knees. When the bank's bookkeeper told them the safe in the vault was on a time lock and couldn't be opened, they held a Bowie knife to his throat and cracked his skull with a pistol butt. But citizens outside had noticed the outlaws and begun arriving with guns. As shots rang out, Jesse and his comrades had to retreat.