Witchcraft in Devon by Tracey Norman 

Local author and historian Tracey Norman explores some of Devon’s historic witchcraft cases, familiar, unfamiliar and downright bizarre. Discover old herbal remedies, discover how witches were dealt with by the Devon courts, and decide for yourself if there’s a connection between witchcraft and cocoa…
Tracey Norman is an author and historian. She writes non-fiction, and fiction in several genres. Her book Dark Folklore (written with her husband Mark) was published in 2021 by The History Press and her first full-length novel, the supernatural gothic adventure Who Is Anna Stenberg? was published in October 2023 by American publisher Liminal Books. Her play WITCH, available as a full-cast audio production, was based on the events in a real witchcraft trial from 1687, and has been used by schools and universities as Theatre in Education.


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