An exploration of Ireland’s most infamous cases of witchcraft and demonology, including studies of prominent witch trials and court cases in the seventeenth century.
In 1913, Irish Anglican priest and noted historian John Dreclincourt Seymour collated and published this collection of Irish court cases and witch trials from 1324 to 1911. Presenting this dark exploration of Ireland’s occult history, Seymour captivates readers with this in-depth volume on sorcery and the supernatural.
This volumes features chapters on cases such as:
- – Dame Alice Kyteler, the Sorceress of Kilkenny
- – Florence Newton, the Witch of Youghal
- – The Devil at Damerville
- – Dr. Williams and the Haunted House