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Supposedly, the form the egg white took in the water could help predict whom the girls would marry and show the shapes of their future lives. After the girls saw a coffin in one of the glasses, they began barking like dogs, babbling and crying hysterically.
Parris, who had already begun praying and fasting in an attempt to cure the girls of what he saw as possession, became incensed when he heard Tituba had fed them the cake. Tituba did confess—and embellished her confession with an embroidered tale of how she had been told to serve the devil.
She and the girls rode on sticks, she confessed, and a black dog told her to hurt the children. This was enough to spark hysteria in Salem. Tituba was formally accused of witchcraft and two other women were accused and arrested along with her.
New England witches were traditionally marginals: They were not people of color. Some accused witches were dunked in water to prove their guilt of practicing witchcraft during trial. However, it was all too easy to scapegoat people of color and marginal members of society.
Sarah Good, who was arrested along with Tituba, was a beggar who was looked down on by the town for her financial instability and her debts. All three women were perfect targets for accusations of deviant, even evil, behavior.
The people of Salem associated supernatural practices like voodoo with people of color and Indians, and the townspeople identified Tituba as both. Her confession was enough to convince the town that true evil was afoot.
As the trials spun further and further out of control, Tituba remained imprisoned in Boston.