It is an animated timeline, highlighting the accusers and accused on a map of Salem Village on each of the earliest days of the accusations -- with links to lots of other primary information.
Requires Shockwave, which you can download at This is an archive of digital images of all the actual handwritten legal documents concerning the Salem Witchcraft Trials from various manuscript collections.
This site is so chock full of transcripts of the primary sources -- depositions, warrants, letters, petitions -- you really have to go and explore it for yourself!
There are images, including portraits of Samuel Sewall, William Stoughton, William Phips, and Cotton Mather.
From the site: "The Witches' Voice makes every effort to keep up on the media's portrayal of Witches & Witchcraft.
A review of the documentary "Witch City" by Witches' Voice.
This is, bar none, the most important single website for anyone doing on-line research on the Salem Witchcraft Trials.
This is one of the most amazing multimedia goodies on the trials I've seen so far.
This is a very cool site -- full of texts of wills and deeds, image scans of actual documents, a bulletin board for discussions, some vital records (Saybrook, CT, and Plymouth County, MA) -- even a couple of "slide shows" about the Plymouth colony and the events in Salem.
The site was orginally called "The Massachusetts Enquirer: Mayflower, MA & New England Events, People, Life" -- an interesting attempt to portray colonial New England events as if being reported today -- but the site has been deepened and that has become only part of the site, renamed "The Colonial Gazette" when the site was given a major overhaul in March-May 1999.