The Accused
This group faced debateable evidence and biased opinions causing their futures to be forever changed because of the communities delusions.   

Giles Corey being pressed to death, which was not an unusual punishment during this time.
- Both men and women were accused of practicing witchcraft
-Children as well as adults were blamed for witchcraft
-About one hundred and forty people were accused of being witches and put in jail
-Nineteen men and women were hanged and one man,
  Glies Corey, was pressed to death with boulders
-There were also about five accused people who died in
  jail during the trials

The accused also faced the more popular punishment of being hanged. Like unfortunately for this woman, Mrs. Ann Hibbins. 
A pamphlet concering the idea that the accused of witchcraft would be convicted.