AUTHOR Mary Craig will provide an enlightening exploration of Scotland’s bewitching history at a special event at the Great Tapestry of Scotland Centre on Friday October 27.

Mary has written extensively about the Border witch trials, and has published both “Borders Witch Hunt: 17th Century Witchcraft Trials in the Scottish Borders” and “Agnes Finnie: The Witch of the Potterrow Port“

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She will delve into the haunting realm of Scottish witch trials to uncover the chilling truths of the Scottish Borders witch trials and navigate the intricate web of society, politics, geography, religion, and law that fuelled a dark chapter of Scottish history

The audience will discover the pivotal trials and the roles of women in this harrowing era as Mary sheds light on a sombre past.

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And you can experience history brought to life as she recounts the stories that resonate through time.

Following her talk, Mary will be doing a book signing, with copies of both her books available for purchase.

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Tickets are available from the link below and include the chance to have a look round the Tapestry Gallery from 5.15pm until the talk starts at 6pm.