How would you spot a witch or a wizard? And how exactly would you describe one? Do they all wear pointy hats, use wands, and sport pointy beards, or are they more difficult to detect? Are they simply misguided hippies or do they really exist? Make up your own mind as you read about London’s witching times, including stories about the real Philosopher’s Stone, Elizabeth I’s favorite wizard, the witch-hunting craze that swept Britain, and how being a lonely old lady with a fondness for pets could be your undoing.
Table of Contents
|2||Cats, Bats, Rats and Other Nasty Pets||21|
|3||Witches in the Palace||28|
|5||Hubble Bubble, Spells and Potions||53|
|7||Hex the Hag--Or How to Protect Yourself from Witchery||69|
|8||Nine of the Devil?||74|
|Witch Wisdom: Test Your Knowledge||92|