In February 1634 a boy of ten from Pendle told the authorities of his fantastic adventure where he had been abducted by witches and taken to their sabbath where all manner of weird and wonderful things took place. As a result of this the lad became notorious as a witch-finder and, in all, sixty people were rounded up from East Lancashire and charged with having carried out evil deeds. 


The 1634 trials became nationally acclaimed and even the King became involved. Here, for the first time, we see the fearful events described by the boy, see the places where the story took place and find out who the witch-finder and his family were and where they lived.

The Boy Witchfinder of Pendle Forest

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