Covers witch crazes in history as well as in the present day. This includes sites about the burning times, witch trials and outbreaks of satanic panic.
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Boston, 1883, 1-29, 3rd series.
Christian Science Monitor article about the situation of widows in Ghana who are branded as witches and forced to live in isolation.
Compiled by I. Marc Carlson.
This UK site has descriptions and trial details of the famous Pendle witches.
Legal procedures and profiles of accused witches are examined using documents, maps and articles.
The story, victims, and movie of the trials of 1664.
Unabridged online republication of the 1928 edition. Introduction to the 1948 edition is also included. Translation, notes, and two introductions by Montague Summers.
An archive of texts and documents.
Events and outcomes of witch trials in Europe during the 16th and 17th Centuries.
A collection of articles and some links.
Articles and essays about Europeans' heightened concern with the phenomenon of witchcraft during the early modern era, including materials about specific witch-hunt episodes in Europe and America.
A historical archive of witchhunt and witchcraft in Finland, based on studies by Ph.D. Antero Heikkinen, lawyer and historically oriented lawyer and criminologist Timo Kervinen, and Ph.D Marko Nenonen.
Essay examining reports of witches in the Jewish Bible, in the context of the role of women and in relation to the subsequent history of witch hunts in Christian Europe in the Middle Ages.
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