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History of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England - the town's history goes beyond the well-known tales of St Edmund & Magna Carta. Two battles were fought nearby, a prince died here and the heir to the throne was murdered here. High treason was plotted. The town also has links with the ransom of a king, the divorce of another and the burial of a queen; Not to mention the abolition of slavery and the Salem Witch Trials ...

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The Scourge of Chronic Sinusitis and GERD Combination.

Fantastic and informative hub about the Advances in home security systems #Education #technology #news

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witchcraft pictures | Thebaans Schrift 211x3006 History of Witchcraft

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A history of the witch and her broomstick

Folklore and tutorial on traditional witch's broom

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Famous Witches in History

Learn about some of the most famous witches in ancient history into modern times.

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from Atlas Obscura

Hand of Glory: The Macabre Magic of Severed Hands

A traditional form of punishment, under Sharia, Islamic law, and in Medieval Europe involved publically amputating a criminal’s body part, often the one used to commit a crime. The pain of the amputation and the shame of the permanent mark served as punishment for the criminal, while display of the severed limb functioned as a…

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'Witch's cottage' unearthed near Pendle Hill, Lancashire

An ancient 17th century witches cottage recently unearthed at Pendle, Lancashire. Complete with a cat skeleton in the walls!

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