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In 17th century New England, a man named William is banished from a Puritan plantation alongside his family for the crime of "prideful conceit." With his pregnant wife Katherine, daughter Thomasin, son Caleb, and fraternal twins Mercy and Jonas, William builds a farm by a large, secluded forest. Katherine soon gives birth to her fifth child, Samuel. While playing, Samuel vanishes, kidnapped by a witch in the woods, who kills him and uses his blood and fat to make a topical ointment for her body.
Katherine, devastated by Samuel's disappearance, spends her days crying and praying. William takes Caleb hunting in the forest, where Caleb confronts his father about his unbaptized fate. William, in turn, confides to his son that he traded Katherine's prized silver cup for hunting supplies. On the farm, the twins play with the family's black goat, Black Phillip, whom they claim speaks. At the brook, little Mercy pretends to be a witch and blames Thomasin for Samuel's disappearance. Thomasin in turn scares Mercy by claiming herself as the Witch of the Wood. That night, Katherine blames Thomasin for the disappearances of her silver cup - and hintingly, Samuel. As the children retire to bed, they overhear William and Katherine discussing sending Thomasin away to serve another family.
The next morning, Caleb and Thomasin go hunting in the forest. Their dog gives chase to a hare and Caleb follows, leaving Thomasin astride the horse, which throws her and knocks her unconscious. Caleb, now lost in the woods, finds the corpse of his now-disemboweled dog. Wandering further into the woods, he is lured into a hovel by a young woman in a crimson cloak. Thomasin awakens and guided by her father's calls, finds her way home. As Katherine confronts Thomasin about going into the woods, William reluctantly admits that he stole her silver cup.
That night Caleb, naked and delirious from an unknown illness, returns to the farm. Katherine suggests Caleb's mysterious ailment is due to witchcraft and prays over Caleb. The next day, Caleb passionately proclaims his love for Christ and dies peacefully. The twins accuse Thomasin of witchcraft, to which she accuses the twins of speaking with Black Phillip. Enraged at their behavior, William boards up Thomasin and the twins inside the stable with the goats.
After dark, the twins and Thomasin awaken to find the witch inside the stable. In the house, Katherine is overjoyed by a vision of Caleb and Samuel's return. She begins breastfeeding the infant, in actuality a raven pecking at her exposed breast. The next day, William finds the stable wrecked, the goats eviscerated and bloodless, the twins missing, and an ill Thomasin lying nearby. William is then gored to death by Black Phillip. Katherine, hysterical from her husband's death and the twins' disappearance, tries to strangle Thomasin, who kills her mother in self-defense.
Thomasin speaks to Black Phillip, who answers in a human voice and appears as a man. He convinces her to sign a deal with the Devil, offering her the sights of the world and the life she wants to live. Thomasin walks naked into the forest where she finds a coven holding a Witches' Sabbath. The witches begin to levitate and a cackling Thomasin joins them, rising into the trees and completing her transformation and identity as a witch.