STINCHCOMBE HISTORY SOCIETY
In 1672, the north Wiltshire town of Malmesbury was swept by witchcraft hysteria. Leading families were convinced that their children were under attack from an organised coven of witches. Fourteen people were arrested as members of the coven.
Visiting speaker Tony McAleavy has researched this little-known episode using sources that survive from the time. He will tell the story of the witches of Malmesbury and what happened when some of the accused were sent for trial in Salisbury.
The Witches of Malmesbury by Tony McAleavy
7.30 pm Friday 21st February 2020 at Stinchcombe Village Hall
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