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Rev. Parris found his daughter Betty and Abigail and other girls from Salem Village, dancing in the woods with his slave Tituba.
Betty ends up getting sick and remains unconscious, which prompts Rev. Parris to question Abigail about whether they were dancing with spirits in the woods. Abigail admits they were dancing in the woods but denies them doing witchcraft.
John Proctor has an affair with his servant Abigail. Abigail falls in love with Proctor and gets mad at Proctor's wife because she thinks his wife is ruining her reputation in the village.
Betty wakes up screaming when she hears God's name and Putnam then says it's a sign of witchcraft
Rev. Hale says that he is a witcraft expert and starts asking Abigail questions about what happened in the woods. Abigail then starts blaming Tituba for making her drink "blood" which prompts Tituba to step up and confirms to witchcraft, after that Betty wakes up and the girls start accusing others of being with the devil.
Elizabeth thinks her husband, John, can stop the trials by telling the court that Abigail is a fraud and a liar.
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