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The Pendle Witches Trail Visitor Guide
A guide for visitors to this area of outstanding natural beauty. The guide explores the old villages under Pendle Hill where the events of 1612 took place. It takes you on the route that the accused would have taken, through the Ribble Valley to Lancaster Castle where they were imprisoned, tried for...
The Pendle Witches by Walter Bennett
Walter Bennett's short booklet has been a popular favourite over many years. It presents a concise yet extremely informative and readable account of one of the most notorious and renowned episodes in Lancashire history.
1612 The Lancashire Witch Trials by Christine Goodier
This excellent little book is a wonderful introduction to the story of the Pendle witch trials of 1612. In a very lively and readable style, former manager of Lancaster Castle, Christine Goodier provides a who's who of the events, as well as an interesting angle on the trials themselves. She emphasises...
The Lancashire Witch-Craze by Jonathan Lumby
Was there really a satanic coven on Pendleside? Jonathan Lumby presents a remarkable series of new insights. He places the events in their wider European context and explains, far more satisfactorily than ever before, exactly why these disturbing events occured.
The Wonderful Discovery of Witches by Robert Poole
"The Wonderful Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster" is the original and definitive account of the Pendle witch trials of 1612. No fewer than twenty Lancashire witches were sent for trial in Lancaster, and ten were hanged. Uniquely, the proceedings were written up by clerk of the court Thomas...
The Witch & Her Soul by Christine Middleton
1612; in a time of treachery, suspicion, and vicious persecution begins the frenzied pursuit of innocents accused of witchcraft, culminating in a terrible trial that is to pull the heroine right into its heart. A beautifully crafted debut novel that immediately captivates the reader.
Mist over Pendle by Robert Neill
A CLASSIC NOVEL OF WITCHCRAFT. The Forest of Pendle during the early 17th. century; a wild inaccessible corner of Lancashire where the ancient fear of demons and witches is still part of life... and death.
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