Witches in and around Suffolk by Pip and Joy Wright
For as long as history itself, we’ve been a superstitious
lot in East Anglia. It is nearly 300 years since our elected representatives
told us to stop persecuting witches, but old habits die hard. After all,
if the Bible and Shakespeare recognised witches, who are we to disagree?
This book is now out of print and no longer available.
'Witches in and around Suffolk'
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