Isobel Gowdie From Scotland Confesses Voluntarily to the Practice of Witchcraft

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Isobel Gowdie of Scotland voluntarily confesses to practicing witchcraft. Because her confession is so detailed and is obtained without the use of torture, it comes to be viewed as a unique and important document about European witchcraft folklore. There is no record, though, of what happened to her.

 

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The Confession of Isobel Gowdie

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