In the beginning of Arthur Miller's revolutionary play The Crucible there are witch trials that is going on in Salem. Some of the individuals were convicted of being a witch, and some were somehow connected to those being convicted. Regardless of the fact that everyone played some part in the Witch Trials, there are three main people who are mostly responsible for the trials. The three people that was most responsible for these trials would be Abigail Williams, John Proctor, and Deputy-Governor Danforth. However in overall, its Abigail Williams's fault. She is the one that is responsible for the young girls getting together with Tituba to conjure up spirits. To put her far-off at fault, we can also say that she had an affair with the well respected citizen of Salem, John Proctor. This affair causes Abigail to make many shameful decisions that censure many people. She thinks that John Proctor still has some feelings for her, she wants to be with him, but Elizabeth is on her way. She makes this plan of witchcraft, believing in witches and that humans can get in touch with devils, to get her (Elizabeth) out of her (Abigail's) way.