Explore the eccentric characters, beliefs, and clients of 19th-century village conjurors, including Exeter prophetess Joanna Southcott, Leeds witch and murderess Mary Bateman, and murder-victim Ann Tennant. This book examines the period's pandemic of "witch scratching" and presents Michael Slater's extensive research that has revealed fascinating new depths to the history of supernatural study.
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