The Crucible, an American play written in 1953 by Arthur Miller, is about a Puritan New England town (well-known as Salem) that faces severe consequences  as they casually accuse many innocent men, women, and children of witchcraft simply because of a group of teenage girls were afraid to admit to their wrong doings with courage. They went dancing in a forest with a black Slave, attempting to make spells over a small fire when they were caught by a prominent townsman, Reverend Hale. Soon, rumors of witchcraft fell upon Salem, inevitably commencing the accusations throughout the town, causing many deaths because no one was able to prove their innocence. After several redundant public executions, the town imminently found their heads again- not all were lucky enough to stay alive long enough. After endless irreversible murders, he Salem Witch trials were finally put to an end.