Young Scottish maidservant suspected of witchcraft by her employer in November 1590. After being tortured, the initial testimony she gave led to the start of the North Berwick witch trials.
Fairy-like creatures at the centre of a shamanistic Scottish cult that existed in the 16th century. Members claimed to be able to enter into a trance which allowed them to fly out at night on swallows, and join with the seely wights.
Malevolent water spirit of the River Ribble in Lancashire, England.
Scottish cunning woman convicted of pretending to practise witchcraft
Professional witch-finder or pricker of witches based in Tranent, East Lothian.
Group of three companies set up by Glasgow doctor Alexander Shiels in 1904: Kosmoid Ltd, Kosmoid Locks Ltd, and Kosmoid Tubes Ltd.
6th and final laird of the Pitfour estate in Aberdeenshire, the Blenheim of the North
Three-wheeled motor vehicle designed by Barry Stimson and offered for sale as a kit car.