I was in the book store yesterday and a new book caught my eye. It is titled "Judge Sewall's Apology. The Salem Witch Trials; the Forming of an American Conscience", by Richard Francis, 2005.
There is mention of Robert Walker twice in this book, on pages 30-31 and page 59. The information seems to be gleaned from The Diary of Judge Samuel Sewall, which I have reviewed in the past but do not own a copy of it myself.
It is page 59 in Francis’ book that is interesting to me. Some of this will sound familiar, but I wonder if the author has misinterpreted the entry in Sewall's diary that tells of the days prior to Robert Walker's death.