According to Warnicke, Anne
against Anne. He is responsible for the many "myths" associated with Anne. He claimed that she was a
"very tall (tall women were thought to be excessively lusty), sallow in complexion (perhaps a reference to their perceived habit of living in the forests), with a wen under her chin (possibly an early reference to the witches' teat which could be found in various places including the pudenda); with a projecting tooth under the upper lip (gobber teeth were associated with witches) and six fingers on her right hand (fingers and fingernails played a prominent role in witchcraft)..." (245).In an effort to discredit Elizabeth, Sanders wrote many inaccurate descriptions of Anne. These descriptions have sadly been passed down as fact by some.
Regardless of the "evidence" against Anne, it is easy to see that she was a victim of a superstitious time, where powerful men used stories and misinterpretations to condemn an innocent woman.