The victims of the witch hunts between the 16th and the 18th century soon officially exonerated in Scotland

The victims of the witch hunts between the 16th and

Nine women were burned for witchcraft on a shore in Dumfries, Scotland (April 13, 1659). MARY EVANS PICTURE LIBRARY / PHOTONONSTOP EThey were accused of spoiling the crops, of turning into animals to commit their misdeeds, even of dancing with the devil. In Europe, between the XVIe and the XVIIIe century, thousands of women and, … Read more

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