In 1657, 35 years before the Salem witch trials, East Hampton resident Goody Garlick was accused of witchcraft by a neighbor—and lived to talk about it.
Stony Brook lecturer Tara Rider tells Garlick’s story at the Connetquot Library on Monday, 10.15.
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