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Many of us think that a witch hunt is a thing of the past As crazy as it seems witch hunts are still very alive in the society that we live in today Now these witch hunts may not be the same as they were back in the days of Salem but they still exist Many witch hunts are now based on physical evidence where in the past the witch hunts were based on suspicion There have been many witch hunts and witch trials in the past few hundred years and most of them have been in the past century or so Many people think witch craft is a religion that is satanic and evil but others think that it is fine to do and that is why we have all these cases on trial today Witch craft can be detected in a numerous amount of ways Anywhere from possessing costumes to killing animals A lot of modern cases happened at daycare centers when the carer was found dancing around or in a state of hysteria sometimes abusing the children physically or sexually Witch craft should not be considered a thing of the past because there have been enough modern cases of it for it not to be considered extinct To be a witch or to be accused of witch craft you must do or have done a couple of things First you must have gone into or what seems like a state of hysteria The accused might have possessed a satanic-like costume or has been seen slaughtering animals in the woods They could also be accused of witch craft if they have assaulted others with sharp implements like knives Usually there is a child involved in witch craft case The child needs to give a statement to what happened to them and if they think that the accused is a witch In past cases the children who testified did not give any statement until
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