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Act of sorcery, historically usually performed by a witch, intended to cause harm or injury.
Home of Elizabeth Southerns, also known as Demdike, and her granddaughter Alizon Device, two of the chief protagonists in the Lancashire witch trials of 1612.
Pivotal figure in the great Scottish witchcraft panic of 1597.
Redirected to Margaret Henderson, Lady Pittadrow.
A member of the Scottish elite who was accused then incarcerated for witchcraft in 1649, but died before her case went to trial.
Woman arrested on suspicion of witchcraft in Rothenburg in 1652, who despite being tortured, vigorously protested her innocence
Redirected to Whole trial and examination of Mrs. Mary Hicks and her daughter Elizabeth.
English witch-hunter who claimed to hold the office of Witchfinder General, although that title was never bestowed by Parliament.
Reputed witch whose corpse kept reappearing from its grave until it was covered by a large boulder.