May 6 , 1692
Dear John Procter,
It is very difficult for me to come to you and speak to you face to face so I write this letter that involves our relationship. I know that several months ago your wife Elizabeth, had walked in on us when both of us were fulfilling affection. I know that although you swore yourself to Elizabeth, that you have feelings for me just as I have for you. I can see it in your determined eyes when they catch my glance. I remember when you whispered in my ear.. You treated me like an adult John, and that is not how people in Salem usually treat a woman around my age. There was a deep connection in us and I know there still is. I don’t know why you have pushed me away for these past few months but I assure you, John, that I still feel for you the same.
Being how things are now I believe we can’t continue down that lovely road, since all that has happened between us. But it is up to you, because it takes two people to figure out a complex relationship such as ours. With your wife Elizabeth now imprisoned for what she has done to me and many of the girls in Salem, I hope you can now realize what kind of person she truly is. I am different John, I would never hurt a single person. What kind of person do you believe she is? I shall tell you John, for sometimes the mind may overlook things when in difficult times. Ever since our encounter, she has had an intense grudge against me. She taunts me in my dreams and she hurts everyone of my friends in Salem, even my cousin Betty.
You have to understand, John, that I only accused your wife because of everything she has done. I only wanted to protect Salem. Please John, I am praying to God that you will just believe me and protect me from harm..
Most respect with affection and ultimate kindness,