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"Kent lost his way. He became infatuated with a young woman named Sarah Osborne."
Katrina Crane to Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills[src]

Sarah Osborne was a woman from 17th century Salem who became the object of Solomon Kent's obsession.

HistoryEdit

SolomonEdit

Sarah Osborne was a beautiful young woman who lived and worked as a Quaker in Salem in the 17th Century Massachusetts. One day, she injured herself and was healed by a man, Solomon Kent, who secretly fell in love with her. During Katrina's flashback, she revealed that Sarah was already betrothed to someone else. Katrina's grandmother, Helena Van Tassel, knew that it will end in a heartbreak. In the chapel, Solomon gives Sarah a new knife to use for chores. Sarah thanks Solomon who then tried to make his advances towards her but she retaliated and was accidentally killed by him. The true events were witnessed by Helena but Solomon used black magic to disfigure Sarah's deceased body. When the villagers stormed the chapel after hearing of the commotion, Solomon accused the deceased Sarah as a witch. Sarah's death would eventually trigger the series of witch hunts and executions that all went down in history as The Salem Witch Trials. When Solomon was eventually caught by a coven of witches; he was imprisoned in Purgatory with his last words being "SARAH!!!"[1]

AppearancesEdit

Season Two
"This Is War" "The Kindred" "Root of All Evil" "Go Where I Send Thee..." "The Weeping Lady"
"And the Abyss Gazes Back" "Deliverance" "Heartless" "Mama" "Magnum Opus"
"The Akeda" "Paradise Lost" "Pittura Infamante" "Kali Yuga" "Spellcaster"
"What Lies Beneath" "Awakening" "Tempus Fugit"

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