A link collection.
Unabridged online republication of the 1928 edition. Introduction to the 1948 edition is also included. Translation, notes, and two introductions by Montague Summers.
Compiled by I. Marc Carlson.
Personal and historical perspectives on the pursuit of witches and witchcraft in early modern Europe.
A collection of articles and some links.
An archive of texts and documents.
A case study of the european witch hunts, c. 1450-1750 and witch hunts today.
The history of witchcraft and magic is usually concerned with the era of the witch-trials, a period that officially ended in Britain with the passing of the Witchcraft Act of 1736.
Describes the illegal trial where a lady named Mary Ingelman was accused, found guilty and tortured for being a witch in 1792 in Fairfield County, South Carolina, USA.
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.