In a lifetime, individuals undergo a series of decisions that only they can fulfil themselves. We as people dictate how our lives are run, which coordinates to our individual trustworthiness and moral integrity. As a result, these constituents define us. As prejudice and tyranny are introduced, coerced individuals may shift their moral integrity and begin to lack trustworthiness, causing further corruption in a collective. The trepidation of witchcraft engulfs the puritanical society of Salem creating tremor and hysteria in the community. This deficit of virtue displayed by the characters in the play unfurls a series of deleterious events that conclude in merciless executions. Individual moral integrity and the lack thereof are depicted in Arthur Miller’s history based drama ‘The Crucible’ when the fate of the town depends upon the morals of its people.