Datura stramonium

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Da·tu·ra stra·mo·'ni·um

a species that is the main source of stramonium.
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(6.) Norron, Devil's Snare, 7-12; Roach, Salem Witch Trials, xiii-xvi.
See Godbeer, Devil's Dominion, 179, 238-42; Norton, Devil's Snare, 3-4, 217 n.2; Roach, Salem Witch Trials, Appendix A.
(24.) The hustle of activity in Salem Town associated with the trials is described in Norton, Devil's Snare, 194-204.
For Andover, see Hansen, "Andover Witchcraft and the Causes of the Salem Witchcraft Trials," 38 57; Sarah Loring Bailey, Historical Sketches of Andover, Comprising the Present Towns of North Andover and Andover (1880; North Andover, 1990); Norton, Devil's Snare, 232-65; and Starkey, Devil in Massachusetts, 177-87.
Richard Weisman estimates the number of Andover victims to be "at least fifty." Other accounts simply state the number to be "more than forty." See Richard Weisman, Witchcraft, Magic, and Religion in 17th-Century Massachusetts (Amherst, 1984), 143; Norton, Devil's Snare, 8; Gragg, The Salem Witch Crisis, 142.
Harry, Ron and Hermione enter the forbidden corridor and try not to waken Fluffy, the three-headed dog and to avoid being caught up in the Devil's Snare.
Help Harry battle against the Devil's Snare in order to reach The Philosopher's Stone and use your wand to survive the challenge.
These norms were primarily physical and frequently gendered female in keeping with the belief that women were especially susceptible to the Devil's snares. [30] During Leonarde's visitation two questions lurked in the minds of many observers: could this be merely a case of a disturbed young woman seeking attention and sanctification through a false vision, or could this apparition actually be a product of demonic influence?