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  • Originally posted by ohrocky View Post

    Not quite! The last witchcraft trial in England actually took place in 1944 when Helen Duncan was convicted under the Witchcraft Act 1735 and was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment.

    Jane Yorke was also convicted under that Act in the same year but was "bound over".

    The Witchcraft Act was not repealed until 1951.

    And please don't keep spamming; it's a bit, you know, childish
    Well, Rocky, since the aim was to simply point out that our Danish friend was being a tad ungenerous, the point I wanted to make is already made. But thanks for your contribution nevertheless!
    PS. Just looked up the Duncan case - fascinating! DS.
    Last edited by Fisherman; 03-24-2020, 07:19 PM.

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