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Witchcraft and the Scots Review by Elaine Hindle

Witchcraft And The Scots   by   ARNOLD CROWTHER     (previously unpublished)

Using extensive research into witchcraft court cases and folkloric tales, Arnold Crowther takes us on a thought-provoking journey through centuries of Scottish witchcraft and witch belief. From Mary Queen of Scots, who brought witchcraft to the fore in Scotland, right up to Aleister Crowley, notorious magician of the twentieth century, Crowther guides us through the most notable cases of Scottish witchcraft and magic.
A Review by  Elaine Hindle
"I found this book a very enjoyable and informative read.

It digs into the witchcraft trials and the awful treatment meted out to those accused of witchcraft in Scotland, describing good accounts of their experiences and although harrowing at times need to be told.

It is interesting to hear their individual stories and although there is some inaccurate information due to when this book was written, I still think it has a lot of valuable information and is a go…

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