Deliverance Dane (died 15 June 1735) was an American woman accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 and 1693.[1]


In 1926, Tina Goldstein used her name as an epithet, asking Newt Scamander, "Why in the name of Deliverance Dane did you let that thing loose?"[2]

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Behind the scenes

  • According to Pottermore, some of the persons executed during the Trials were actual wizards and witches, though it is not stated whether Dane was one.[3]


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