Tales of the Condemned

Spoken Word (historical, talk)

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Take a look back at Scotland's darker history as we delve into the lives of a few Scottish folk whose fates were sealed by being accused of witchcraft. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction as the tales are told of Scotland’s busiest witch, the witch in the bell tower, the witch that killed a cow, the Lady of Lawers and the last witch standing. Hear why Edinburgh’s townspeople said that if there was ever a witch worthy of her neighbours fears and accusations, it was Agnes Finnie of Edinburgh's Pottersrow.

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