WebTour Site One: Examination of a Witch
This site, from UMKC.Edu/famoustrials/, provides the insight of the actual witch trial that took place at Salem, Massachusetts in 1692 (http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/SALEM.HTM). The website has several resources and documents including arrest warrants, examinations, evidence, death warrants and list of dead.
WebTour Site Two: A Visual Aspect to The Salem Witch Trials
This site, from History.com, provides a visual explanation to the Salem witch trials (http://www.history.com/topics/salem-witch-trials). Videos explaining the witch trials are provided with the use of pictures to illustrate the events that took place at Salem in 1962 along with several facts and summaries.
WebTour Site Three: Witch Trials in the 21st. Century
This site, from NationalGeographic.com, provides information on witchcraft practice in the 21st century from different countries (http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/news/witch-trials-21st-century/?ar_a=1) Explanation of how witch related issues are approached and dealt with, in a non-violent way and those who are treated with violence are protected due to realizing the cruelty and false accusation that took place in the Salem Witch trials.