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Lydia Rogers

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Lydia Rogers

Person  Female 

Categories: Paranormal, Religion

Supposed witch. The wife of carpenter John Rogers, she belonged to a radical religious sect called the Anabaptists. She was accused of making a blood pact with the devil, who was said to have cut a vein in her right hand to obtain the blood to use as ink for the contract. The local minister spent time praying with her as she confessed her sin. Active 1658.

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