Last person to be prosecuted under the 1735 Witchcraft Act, in 1944.
Scottish woman found guilty and executed for witchcraft and associating with fairies.
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Scottish aristocrat executed in 1537 for treason. Modern day academics highlight that earlier accounts declaring she was tried for witchcraft are inaccurate.
Alleged name of the last person to be executed for witchcraft in the British Isles, in 1727.
Janet or Jonet Kennedy from Redden or Reydon was a Scottish visionary involved in the North Berwick witch trials of 1590–1593.
Jean Adam (30 April 1704 – 3 April 1765) was a Scottish poet whose best-known work is “There’s Nae Luck Aboot The Hoose”.
Scottish countess named in North Berwick witch trials as consulting with witches
Scottish cunning woman convicted of pretending to practise witchcraft
British author, broadcaster and folklorist.