There have been many witch trials in British and Irish history, including the most infamous, the Pendle Witch Trials in Lancashire in 1612.
Tag: Witch Trials
Jennet Preston was the one Pendle Witch who was tried and executed alone in York for her alleged witchcraft crimes. BARRY McCANN describes how it happened.
The Scottish Government has taken the first steps to exonerate those accused of witchcraft over 300 years ago. CHRISTINE MILLER explains.
Spooky Isles supports a campaign to Pardon the Pendle Witches...
GREGOR STEWART tells about some of the witch memorials that have been setup around Scotland to pay tribute to them
GREGOR STEWART reveals the sad story of the Orkney Witches, in this exclusive extract from Witch Memorials of Scotland
Barry McCann, editor of Spooky Isles’ new anthology, Shadow of Pendle, talks Pendle Witches with CHRISTINE MILLER
Witch trials swept Scotland in the 17th century and the tiny village of Inverkip was not immune, says CHRISTINE MILLER
Great Yarmouth: SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS hunts out the ghosts and most haunted places in this Norfolk coastal town...
Who were the Witches of Belvoir?
ANN MASSEY takes a look at the seven most famous Irish witch trials
BARRY McCann looks at 'Lancashire's Tutankhamen's Tomb' - a supposed witches' cottage near Pendle Hill that had been buried for unknown reasons...
BARRY McCANN investigates what became of the Pendle Witch child, Jennet Device, following her explosive testimony...
BARRY McCann charts a Pendle Witches Guide of Pendle Hill
JON KANEKO-JAMES tell us the Pendle Witch executions were the result of the testimony of a little girl
BARRY McCANN looks back on Pendle Hill Special Most Haunted Live Halloween 2004
A 300-year-old witchtrial has put Islandmagee in Northern Ireland in the headlines, says SHARON CLARKE