English artist; father of John William Waterhouse
Four women from Windsor executed for witchcraft in 1579.
The high point of Rivington Moor in the West Pennine Moors is 1,496 feet high and has been the site of mining, a mass trespass, aeroplane disasters and murder.
1896 protest organised when the landowner Colonel Ainsworth closed a track leading to Winter Hill, denying the right of access to the local population.
Bottles or jars used in counterspells to reverse a curse imposed by a witch.
Legendary 11th–century witch who tried and failed to prevent the Devil from claiming her body after her death.
Female sorcerer who appears in the Old Testament (1 Samuel 28:3–25).
Redirected to Janet Kennedy, visionary.
Redirected to Alice Gooderidge.
Judicial proceedings in Scotland between the early 16th century and the mid-18th century concerned with crimes of witchcraft, part of a series of witch trials in Early Modern Europe.