In this scene it shows Parris telling Rev, Hale about Abigail and Tituba running around in the woods and dancing. Tituba was apparently naked which in their town measn she is probably posses by spirits. Later Abigail admits to dancing in the woods but she says that they were only dancing and singing and having fun.
Hale begins to place half the town on trial for witchcraft. Abigail, the oldest girl, speaks to John Proctor in hopes of rekinding their adulterous relationship. Proctor snubs her. Abigail accuses John's wife.
In attempt to uncover the deception of the young girls, John Proctor brings Marry Warren to testify that Abigail is lying to the court. However, the girls turn on Marry and say she is bewitched by Proctor. Both he and his wife are arrested.