In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, the perception of witchcraft held poisonous implications as accusations increase to devour the entire village. Since the Salem witch tests started, they seriously influenced individuals and town of Salem. Folks of Salem were accused to be a witch on poor research. Such accusations of being a witch sacrificed many human being lives. Despite the fact that the people of Salem became aware that they were murdering the innocent, it generally does not make up for their deaths. The Puritan community of Salem became gripped with mass hysteria over activities that they believed to be witchcraft. It began with a solid belief system towards God but ended with by using an irrational word. The death of the many їЅwitchesїЅ can't be justified by the mere undeniable fact that them being їЅwitchesїЅ was an indicator from god.