Rejoice, heathens! “Salem” returns with the Season 3 premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 9 p.m. EDT on WGN America. However, it’s been a long time since we last saw Mary Sibley and her group of Essex witches in the horror show. To quickly jog your memory, here is a quick recap of the Season 2 finale.
“Salem” ended last year with Mary (Janet Montgomery) and her lover John Alden (Shane West) being unable to stop their son John Jr. (Oliver Bell) from becoming a vessel for the devil. Lucifer is now on Earth in the child’s body thanks to Anne Hale (Tamzin Merchant), who gave the child to Countess von Marburg (Lucy Lawless) in order to save her husband Cotton Mather’s (Seth Gabel) life.
Struck with grief over losing her only child, Mary has a showdown with the Countess in a church. The blazing church becomes the perfect setting for their heated battle. It is only when Anne drops by, begins to cry and washes the church with water when their battle ends. The Countess is a water witch and since Anne is her biological daughter, she too, has the gift.
Speaking of Anne, the wife of Cotton has become a very powerful witch now. Gone are the days when she a naïve young girl who wanted to rid Salem of witches and witchcraft.
The “Salem” Season 2 finale also showed the various powerful witches in Salem meeting the devil. The fallen angel makes it clear that he wants Mary to be his bride. He tries to act like a child in front of her but she knows he isn’t her boy. She rejects him and leaves.
The other witches who meet Lucifer aren’t so lucky. The devil boy knows the deceptions and lies Mary’s former servant Tituba (Ashley Madekwe) has fed her. He orders her to leave Salem in exchange for her freedom. Tituba quickly leaves Salem and walks through the woods. But the devil boy isn’t so forgiving. He sends a pack of vicious crows that peck on her and devour her flesh. It looks like she is dead.
Another person that is dead is Alden. Mary stumbles on Alden’s near dying body. She is weak since the Countess ordered her son Sebastian (Joe Doyle) to kill her. And as proof she wants all of her blood. Sebastian still loves Mary and only took enough blood to make it seem like she died. She has only a small amount of blood in her body to keep her alive.
However, Mary still loves John and feeds her all of her blood. She sacrifices her life to save her lover’s. John wakes up beside a dead Mary.
Meanwhile, the devil learns of the Countess’ order to kill Mary and is furious. He stabs her multiple times while Sebastian looks on.
Elsewhere, Cotton learns that his new bride is a witch and freaks out. He threatens to tell the Magistrate of Salem the truth. Running out of options, Anne stuff her rat familiar down Cotton’s throat and seals his fate as the next George Sibley.
Motherland: Fort Salem has been renewed by Freeform for a third and final season. Raelle Collar (Taylor Hickson), Abigail Bellweather (Ashley Nicole Williams), and Tally Craven (Jessica Sutton) will continue their battle against the Camarilla, but this time with new allies. The show has a following as it reimagined the Salem witch trials. A witch 300 years ago stopped the persecution of her people and bartered a deal with the United States. Now, female witches fight in the military and use their voices as their ultimate weapon. As the series gets a new season, here is a synopsis of Raelle, Abigail, and Tally’s story as army soldiers.
Raelle, Tally, and Abigail accept the call to serve in Season 1
The season starts with introducing the Spree, a terrorist organization that elicits civilian attacks against the military. Raelle, Tally, and Abigail are of age and receive their call to duty and accept an oath. The three recruits become a unit to learn ‘seeds,’ vocal techniques that work as weapons. Abigail comes from a long line of soldiers whose ancestors helped General Alder (Lyne Renée). Raelle has doubts about the army, believing they caused her mother’s death. She and Abigail clash over authority. As the show progresses, the three witches prove themselves to have unforeseen power.
Raelle is a necro with healing abilities, and Tally can see sound waves. At base, Ralle meets Scylla (Amalia Hom) and starts to fall in love. But Scylla hides a secret. She is an undercover member of the Spree. As deaths and attacks begin to occur, General Alder and the characters suspect someone is to blame. At the Bellweather wedding, Abigail’s cousin is murdered and her vocal chords stolen by a new enemy. The attack gives the military a cover to take Scylla for her involvement with the Spree and fake her death.
The series brings in a new character named Tadil (Tony Giroux), a member of an ancient Tribe whose sister is infected with a plague. Raelle helps save her life. In a turn of events, Raelle learns Scylla is alive and part of the Spree. The main characters start to question the military. Called to a sudden mission, Raelle, Tally, and Abigail join Alder to rescue the Tarim tribe. They come face to face with The Camarilla, their ancient enemy. Abigail and Raelle stay behind to ensure everyone’s safety. A powerful blast ensues and presumes them dead, but an odd energy saves them. Fans learn that Raelle’s mother is alive and part of the Spree.
The Spree’s leader is revealed and the Camarilla becomes more dangerous in Season 2
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In Season 3 of Motherland: Fort Salem, the Vice President learns his daughter is a witch and taken to Alder. Meanwhile, a unit brings Abigail and Raelle back. Raelle and Abigail question if they trust Alder with what occurred to them. They tell Alder the truth about the blast and go under observation. Tally is unsure of her role as a biddy as she gave up her energy to help restore Alder’s strength. Upon learning Raelle and Abigail are alive, she accepts Alder’s offer to revert her to normal. Tally forms a mental connection to Alder revealing a past she has buried.
Raelle, Tally, and Abigail start war college as their former sergeant, Anacostia (Demetria McKinney), goes undercover to befriend Scylla and the Spree. Together they discover intel about the Camarilla. Raelle uncovers she has a connection to the Mycelium, a conscious and powerful wall at the base of Fort Salem. The Mycelium or ‘mother’ protects her from harm. Tally continues her search for a soldier Alder erased from history and learns her name is Nicte Batan (Arlen Aguayo-Stewart).
Nicte was a sergeant working with Alder who developed a unique seed or ‘Work’. When Alder steals her work and uses it to kill a possible threat, Nicte abandons the military. Meanwhile, Scylla and Anacostia uncover the members of the Camarilla and report back to the military. Tally uncovers Nicte is the creator of the Spree. Later on, Raelle is taken by the Camarilla and tortured.
Raelle is saved by her friends and reunites with her mother to only watch her sacrifice herself for Raelle. In the season’s final episodes, Raelle discovers the Mycelium was created using the bodies and magic of Alder’s fallen coven. The military has taken Nicte prisoner, and her past with Alder is revealed. The President tells Alder to step down as general as the Camarilla attacks the base with a witch plague stemming from the Vice President’s daughter. Raelle, Tally, and Abigail have no choice but to sacrifice her for the greater good.
Season 3 of ‘Motherland: Fort Salem’ picks off where Season 2 ended
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At the end of Season 2, Alder dies when her biddys get infected with the witch plague during the invasion at Fort Salem. Tally, Raelle, Abigail, and Anacostia send her body off into the Mycelium. After the battle, Raelle, Tally, and Abigail are taken prisoner for the murder of the Vice President’s daughter.
On route, they are saved by Abigail’s mother and Anacostia. They become fugitives along with Nicta as their ally. Fans watch as the Vice President reveals to be with Camarilla and sacrificed his daughter. The final scene of the season shows the inside of the Mycelium with Alder at its center being reborn.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Freeform’s president, Tara Duncan, announced Motherland: Fort Salem will get a third and final season. The series’s main characters express their gratitude to the fans for keeping the show alive and making a new season possible. Details of the new season are yet to be revealed.
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The Bellweather Unit's on the run.
Shortly after they saved Fort Salem from the Camarilla's witch plague, Abigail, Tally, and Raelle found themselves public enemies on Motherland: Fort Salem Season 2 Episode 10.
Life is never dull for that trio. Nor easy.
There had been highlights for the threesome during their first year at War College.
First, Raelle and her witch bomb became Alder's secret weapon.
Next, after a couple of stumbles, Abigail took down a Camarilla compound with a big assist from the converted Adil.
Then, Abigail and Raelle captured the disguised Nicte Batan.
Finally, a spirited oratory by Tally revealed Alder's darkest secrets and brought her down.
Sadly, they received no time to savor their accomplishments as the Camarilla, who had always been lurking in the background, attacked Fort Salem.
How did a bunch of humans with no powers slip onto a base full of witches and their defensive wards?
Good question, one that barely got answered on this episode.
Since Sterling, Anacostia's old flame, turned up out of nowhere, he appeared to be a likely suspect as the Camarilla sympathizer.
But no, Anacostia discovered he was just an innocent stooge, whose name was used to smuggle two separate groups of Camarilla disguised as news crews onto the base.
Poor Penelope ended up the victim who was the source of the witch plague. And her own father was behind that.
V.P. Silver had seemed like a parent concerned that his daughter turned out to be a witch who was now going to be conscripted to fight for her country.
That certainly was understandable. What wasn't comprehensible was that the man was willing to sacrifice his daughter to further turn public opinion against witches and force President Wade from office.
Yes, it turned out that he was in cahoots with Alban Hearst, who planted the witch plague on Penelope so she could inadvertently spread it about the base.
The Bellweather Unit was at the forefront of battling the Camarilla and the witch plague at Fort Salem.
Tally again proved herself a leader, as she used her scrying power to determine a spell that would overload the enemy's stolen voice-box devices. That was what gave the witches a fighting chance.
Raelle discovered that her witch bomb could temporarily stymie the plague.
But it took Abigail to determine that she would have to kill Penelope using her water spout at the same time that Raelle used her weapon to eliminate the plague threat.
Poor Penelope. One of the few new characters introduced this season, and she ended up being a pawn in her father's political ambition.
The death of this innocent also promises to haunt Tally, who served as Penelope's mentor.
But the attack also decimated Fort Salem, in both the officer and lower ranks, with the Camarilla stealing dozens of witches' voice boxes for future weapons.
The biggest loss (no offense to Penelope or the nameless ones) was Alder, who reverted to her natural age when her Biddies were infected with the plague.
It was a heartbreaking scene when members of the trio individually said their goodbyes to Alder before she joined the other dead witches inside the Mother Wall.
But the final scene would indicate that Alder is too good a character actually to stay dead. She's got to find a better way to rejuvenate than having Biddies. That leaves her way too vulnerable.
So Petra already found herself in a war to fight against the Camarilla with a depleted force after the attack.
Nicte fought by her side and might have been willing to direct the Spree against the Camarilla as well.
Only Petra didn't realize what a conspiracy she was up against. The news crew on base ostensively to interview Penelope filmed what appeared to be her execution by the Bellweather Unit.
Or at least that's what humans who already had an anti-witch bias took away from that footage without being given any context.
Not realizing that Silver is working to undermine her, President Wade was more concerned with optics and was unwilling just to release the threesome that had just been attempting to end the threat of the plague.
Instead, she just wanted to step back from the Army witches who were defending her country and let things play out in the court of public opinion, where a trio of young witches didn't stand a chance.
Fortunately, Petra had already come up with an alternate strategy featuring a very disparate group of assets. It made for a great caper sequence late in the finale.
After watching Adil get attacked by a pair of Camarilla, Khalida finally came off her nonviolence stance in a big way, incinerating one of them. So they were willing to help rescue Abigail. Scylla and Quinn also jumped on board.
First came a gash in the road, thanks to Adil and Khalida. Then Scylla used her Morgan's Whisper to free the prisoners, including Nicte.
All of which resulted in an intriguing setup for the third and final season, with Tally, Abigail, Raelle, Nicte, Scylla, and Quinn on a disguised seniors bus headed for the Cession. So it will be the Army on the inside and the fugitives on the outside all ganging up against the Camarilla.
To revisit the now-fugitive unit's trying year, watch Motherland: Fort Salem online.
Which member of the trio has come the furthest?
Will Petra be a sneakier leader than Alder?
How long before Alder resurfaces?
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Salem (season 2)
Season of television series
The second season of Salem, an American horror–drama television series on WGN America, premiered on April 5, 2015, and concluded on June 28, 2015, consisting of thirteen episodes. Created for television by Adam Simon and Brannon Braga, who write or co-write episodes of the show, the series is based on the Salem Witch Trials. It was executive produced by Braga, Coby Greenberg and David Von Ancken, with Braga and Simon assuming the role of showrunner.
The second season was announced on May 15, 2014 after only four episodes of the first season had aired.
- Janet Montgomery as Mary Sibley, Salem's most powerful enchantress (13 episodes)
- Shane West as Captain John Alden, Mary's love interest (13 episodes)
- Seth Gabel as Cotton Mather, the local witch hunter (13 episodes)
- Ashley Madekwe as Tituba, Mary's slave and fellow witch (11 episodes)
- Tamzin Merchant as Anne Hale, the daughter of the Magistrate (11 episodes)
- Elise Eberle as Mercy Lewis, a tortured victim from the witches (11 episodes)
- Iddo Goldberg as Isaac Walton, branded the fornicator (9 episodes)
- Joe Doyle as Baron Sebastian von Marburg, Countess von Marburg's son (10 episodes)
- Oliver Bell as Little John, Mary and John Alden's son (13 episodes)
- Lucy Lawless as Countess Palatine Ingrid von Marburg, an original witch hoping to raise the devil (11 episodes)
- Stuart Townsend as Dr. Samuel Wainwright, a new doctor hoping to cure Salem of the plague (10 episodes)
- Jeremy Crutchley as Wendell Hathorne, the new elected Magistrate (9 episodes)
- Sammi Hanratty as Dollie Trask, Mercy's best friend (7 episodes)
- Cara Santana as Sooleawa, an Indian girl (5 episodes)
- Michael Mulheren as George Sibley, the elected official of Salem
The writing team for the show had a major overhaul after the first season. Among the first season staff, only Adam Simon, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky remained on the show. In an interview with Gavin Hetherington of SpoilerTV, Simon said "there were some very talented writers that worked on season one but they also came from very different backgrounds. They had very strong opinions where they wanted things to go, which was great, except they were telling 13 different stories and I was trying to tell one story in 13 episodes." There were inconsistencies with the writing between episodes due to the sometimes clashing writing style, and Simon further commented that "sometimes it seemed to me that characters I created suddenly sounded very different [in the episodes Adam didn't write], they weren't even speaking quite the same language from episode to episode which was tough on the actors and on the audience."
As a result of this, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Tricia Small and Jon Harmon Feldman did not return for season two. A new writing staff were brought in, and the three remaining writers from season one were joined by Kelly Souders, Brian Peterson, Turi Meyer, Al Septien—who all had previously worked on Smallville together—and Donna Thorland.
See also: List of Salem episodes
Upon reviewing several episodes of the second season, Gavin Hetherington of SpoilerTV called Salem the "best goddamn show on TV right now."
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Motherland: Fort Salem just set the stage for a hell of a final season.
Tuesday’s brutal finale, which brought Season 2 to an explosive conclusion, claimed the lives of several key characters — even if they aren’t all staying dead.
Picking up where last week’s cliffhanger left off, Fort Salem remained very much under attack by the Camarilla, with the witch plague spreading faster than anyone could hope to contain it. Penelope was eventually discovered to be the source of the infestation, forcing Raelle and Abigal to do the unthinkable and witchbomb the poor girl into oblivion.
Sadly, Penelope wasn’t the only witch who lost her life this week. An injury sustained during her battle with the Camarilla also proved fatal for Alder, who clung to life long enough to exchange some incredibly emotional goodbyes. Abigail thanked Alder for turning her into a leader, Raelle acknowledged how hard Alder pushed her to face her darkness, and Tally credited Alder with inspiring her to always pursue the truth. (OK, that last one kinda-sorta blew up in Alder’s face, but now isn’t the time for that.)
But rather than allowing the witches to celebrate their victory over the Camarilla, the White House sought to arrest those responsible for Penelope’s death, a decision General Bellweather was unable to overturn during a tense trip to the Capitol.
Still, the witches weren’t about to let three of their own — four if you count Nicte Batan, who also fought by their side — go down for this supposed war crime. Through the combined efforts of Adil’s earth-moving and Scylla’s manipulation, the prisoners were freed while en route to receive their punishment.
The great escape led to several sweet moments, including a particularly romantic exchange between Raelle and Scylla. “I don’t want to be apart from you anymore,” Raelle said, to which Scylla replied, “Me neither. Like, ever.” Cue the big kiss! Honestly, between this and the “I love you”s that Raelle and Scylla swapped earlier in the hour, this episode was a treat for fans of this couple. #RaellaForever!
Bellweather and Quartermaine also arrived on the scene to provide an escape route for everyone, but even Bellweather admitted to her daughter that she’s “scared s–tless” about what’s to come. For now, we can just cross our fingers and hope that all goes well for a bus full of fugitives. Wouldn’t be the first time!
As if all of that wasn’t enough, the finale ended with a one-two punch of potentially game-changing twists: First, we learned that Vice President Silver worked with Alban Hearst to orchestrate his own daughter’s death. Not cool. The other twist, which is considerably more cool, is that Alder appears to have become one with the Mycelium and is… regenerating? I thought her death came too easily, so I wasn’t surprised — but definitely pleased — when she opened her eyes at the end of the hour.
Your thoughts on Motherland: Fort Salem‘s finale? Hopes for the (gulp) final season to come? Grade the episode below, then drop a comment with your full review.
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Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 release date, cast, synopsis, trailer, and more
The time is nigh, switches! Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 will be coming in hot this June on Freeform and these witches are about to be a sight for sore eyes.
By the time our trio of witches takes their first steps onto the War College grounds, it will have been over a year since the first season concluded on a cliffhanger that left fans begging for more of the series.
Now that we’re about to receive the next installment, expectations are high not only for the countdown to a Raylla reunion but also for more information on Willa’s command of The Spree as well as the attack order on the Bellweather line. Not to mention, how life as a Biddy is going to affect Tally’s relationship with Raelle and Abigail as the three of them move up the ranks of the Witch Army.
With worlds colliding in Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 between the army and their sworn enemy, we’re expecting this show’s second season to be full of fireworks and heartbreak as war comes roaring closer to these young witches.
Here’s what we know about season 2. It’s promising to be quite the ride.
Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 release date
Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 is scheduled to land on Freeform on Tuesday, June 22 at 10 p.m. EST. New episodes of the season will be available to stream on Hulu the following day.
The announcement was made on the show’s Twitter account with a tease centered on General Alder’s storyline. It seems there’s going to be even more witches brought into the fold of the brewing war.
Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 cast
- Taylor Hickson as Raelle Collar
- Jessica Sutton as Tally Craven
- Ashley Nicole Williams as Abigail Bellweather
- Amalia Holm as Scylla Ramshorn
- Demetria McKinney as Anacostia Quartermain
- Lyne Renée as General Sarah Alder
Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 synopsis
The official synopsis for season 2 via ComicBook.com:
Raelle, Tally, and Abigail confront higher stakes, dangerous magic, and a new threat from an ancient group of witch hunters, The Camarilla.
In the first season, we saw our trio of young witches follow in the footsteps of their foremothers, defending the nation from The Spree as part of the United States Army. Their training is intensified when they are promoted to attend War College, where their magic, relationships, and beliefs will be pushed to the limits.
While General Alder seeks out new witches to join the wars to come, The Spree and the Army learn their fight may no longer be with one another. But how can two enemies work together to thwart a hatred that won’t stop until all witches are exterminated?
Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 trailer
A trailer for season 2 has yet to be released. We’ll keep you posted on more Motherland: Fort Salem season 2 news as it rolls in. The wait is almost over, switches!
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Mary refuses to believe that her son is still alive while the Countess does everything she can to impress the boy. Ann tries to convince Cotton that she uses her powers for good and Alden balances between life and death.
Mary makes a last ditch effort to stop Countess Marburg's attempts while alliances shift as surprising truths are revealed.
We must get you inside.
Believe it or not,
Care of the self comes first.
I intend to marry Sebastian Marburg.
They didn't let me have toys.
Not your own father, nor the Essex hive,
fished out from Salem's gutters.
She's my wife.
to love her, to protect her, and forsake all others.
Tonight, you'll deliver him to me
you are no mere Essex witch, any more than your father was.
only to forbid his creation to partake?
She has had her own heartbreak to bear.
Lies drip from your lips like honey.
you disrespected your elders and betters.
The more precious something is,
real authority descends through women,
You are descended from true kings and queens.
You would kill, torture me,
Please! I want my mother!
if you would only emerge and rally behind me,
You would abandon me
If you sleep, you'll never wake up.
I can't kill them all.
Now, you must learn your part.
I must say the words willingly, in my own voice.
Mother, please! Help me!
but I will not fail you now.
Mary has a public fall from grace. Alden and Cotton try to save the boy's soul.
♪ Pound me the witch drums ♪
Sebastian: That's what I love most
Cotton: No. But what choice do we have?
Cotton: No more secrets, John.
John: Why, the girl who turned out to be your mother.
today would be the dawn of the new age.
For your Captain Alden is a very fine soldier,
just so he could steal his girl.
You brought it with you.
And I'll remember them until my dying day.
Boy: [ Grunts ]
But no angels?
John: There's nothing wrong with this boy
- Boy: Stop! Make him stop!
Countess Marburg: What do you want?
Countess Marburg: We all play our part in the great drama.
but an infinity of Earths wandering lost in the night.
[ Echoing ] John.
Just let it all go for one joyous instant,
Isaac: No, Mary, I do not.
Toil and, if you're lucky, the birthing of brats,
don't you want this consecration?
helping with the destruction of my own child!
and the birds are eating our eyes, eh?
Close your eyes.
should not perish but have everlasting life.
Boy: I tell you what I once told him...
In my name shall they cast out devils.
Boy: Come, Father.
What makes you think I'm here because my mother was a witch
[ Indistinct conversations ]
what that feels like, would you?
He is not far.
When Mary and Alden join forces, Alden gets his first test in fatherhood.
Dear lord, forgive me my trespasses.
Well, Hathorne appears to want me dead,
kill the boy?
To keep living century after century,
I must do something that I've never tried before.
and your neighbors.
And I have loved you in ways
Hallowed by thy name.
But it is the natural tribute men pay to those they desire.
You as much as said you would help my boy
Where is he?
and you, all alone.
But it may not be for long.
Salem is mightily enriched by your presence,
If I told you, it would endanger you, as well.
I believe much has happened to you since we last met.
Do you ever speak anything but threats?
And your father's voice if you have heard it.
And you are now an even more powerful soldier in it.
It was Mercy who lured them.
Because no one leaves here alive.
As you can tell, your son is as overjoyed as I am to see you.
that you will spend eternity regretting, Mary.
I may have been willing to sacrifice too many
on behalf of the millions I watched suffer!
from igniting your mother's rotting carcass.
We have two days to try again,
or a man may cleave to his wife forever.
I can think of no greater pleasure.
Mary makes a sacrifice to save her son from Marburg.
You ask too much of me.
Your son was born precisely that he should be the vessel
And what an honor to sacrifice one's own to such a cause.
No. No, I won't do it.
it will be I who completes the Grand Rite.
My god, man.
to be in our village?
He will tell you that.
the victims burry hell grounds.
by the condition of those who saw it.
Where is your devilish black pitch?
I always say a beautiful woman should break her mirror early.
Hold that thought.
Follow my lead. Be careful what you say.
Think of me as a guide who, along with Mary,
leave the good doctor to me.
but I dreamt I could save you from your fate.
Most men fear two things...
At whatever cost, I am.
Now I feel like...
but you know all about that, don't you?
What would you have done with a child?
Cut mine out.
You rule them.
but everything for the world I thought we both wanted.
Kill our son.
And when she cries over your predicament,
- If I'd known... - You would have stayed
For seven long years,
and I believed the child we had created
But before I could come to you,
what they mean to finish?
and I wish you save you from the price of your gifts.
When a plan of Mary’s threatens to backfire on her, she strikes a tenuous deal in order to achieve her greater goal. While she learns a bit of the history which surrounds her newest and most dangerous foe, the key to defeating the Countess still remains hidden. Both Anne and Cotton receive unexpected late-night visitors, each of which results in very different conclusions. As Mary tries to bond with her son, she and Tituba discover that the seemingly scared and vulnerable little boy is harboring unsettling thoughts and predilections... and perhaps even darker secrets. Meanwhile, with the help of her familiar, Anne Hale begins to discover some of her father’s hidden – and unsettling – secrets; Tituba tries to strike a deal with the captured John Alden; Dr. Wainwright discovers that, perhaps, science alone does not hold all the answers he seeks; and Mary makes a much-needed - and unexpected - ally.MORE-LESS
To bring the devil back.
You will burn in hell for this.
Shall I trust a wasp not to sting?
The perfect way to cultivate your imagination,
Are you sure that your love for me isn't the dream,
Then why serve her all these years?
The Crags, is it?
You would look into the face of God?
Lay aside your science, Wainwright,
They would open the door to Hell.
and to try and figure out how to stop them.
At last, you see the truth,
And I haven't much time.
Oh, yes, a filthy whore.
Get out! Get out!
Isaac who spoke only one name over and over in his delirium...
But I have convinced him
I told you once that I had never met a woman like you,
But they will never truly accept me as one of them.
tracks the comet overhead?
And wiping out your enemies.
All things are yours. Just tell it what to do.
Mary resorts to drastic measures in a bid to attain valuable information for use in combating the Countess, and she tries to shore up her political hold over Salem with a move that could either assure her success or seal her fate. As Anne Hale continues her Witch’s tutorial, she learns that getting what she desires comes at a cost, and that in order to continue on her seemingly powerful path she must still remain supplicant to others. As the Countess and her son, Sebastian, continue to work their plan, they are presented with a rare glimpse into their enemy’s stronghold where a fascinating introduction is made, and their cause is made stronger by a new but unpredictable ally. Wainwright returns to Salem having gained some measure of information that may shed light on the town’s particular strain of plague, but further investigation reveals shocking results. Meanwhile, Tituba makes plans for her recently captured prey, and Cotton gets a surprising visit.MORE-LESS