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The Peculiar Case of the Burning of Bridget Cleary

In 1895, Bridget Cleary was the last woman in Ireland to be burned as a witch. Although not officially declared or supported by the Catholic church, priests at the time told police they were aware of something untoward, but did not act upon it. Bridget died a violent and agonised death surrounded by friends and family who did nothing to help her.

The Friday Fiction featuring Dax Christopher

Justice in Winter (The Goddess of Wind and Rain) Deep in the woods off a long, winding road, and finding no reasons for where she now lay Was a broken young woman half buried in snow, just married,… Read More