I went to see the play "Cry Innocent" last week on my trip to Salem. In 1692 Bridget Bishop was accused, by the town folk of Salem village, of witchcraft. The audience takes on the role of the Puritan jury, and they hear various historical testimonies throughout the 45 minute production. There is an active audience participation role, where questions are asked of the judge and various witnesses. At the end of the trial, the audience becomes the jury and gets to vote of whether Bishop walks away 'innocent' or not. This entertaining theatrical work is put on by the theater students of nearby Gordon College. Just another case in point of the destructive damage that the evil twins, rumor and innuendo, can wield in a small town.