Pamphlet purporting to tell the story of Mary Hicks, executed for witchcraft in 1716.
Elfshot is a medical condition caused by invisible elves or witches shooting invisible arrows at people or animals.
Redirected to John Kincaid, witch-finder.
Scottish countess named in North Berwick witch trials as consulting with witches
Damask designer and antiquarian with an extensive collection containing witchcraft paraphernalia that included the skull of Lilias Adie. Father of the artist Joseph Noel Paton
Sixteenth-century pamphlet describing prominent Chelmsford witchcraft trials against Elizabeth Francis and others
First pamphlet describing witchcraft trials in England; it covers the testimony of witches at Chelmsford Assizes in 1566.
Matthew Hopkins (c. 1620 – 12 August 1647) was an English witch-hunter who claimed to hold the office of Witchfinder General, although that title was never bestowed by Parliament.
Methods used to identify witches.
Summis desiderantes affectibus, (Latin for “Desiring with supreme ardor”), sometimes abbreviated to Summis desiderantes was a papal bull regarding witchcraft issued by Pope Innocent VIII on 5 December 1484.