Sir Walter Scotts Demonology and Witchcraft contains among others the case of Bessie Dunlop, whose familiar was the ghost of one Thome Reid, killed at the battle of Pinkie (1547), who enabled her to give answers to such as consulted her about the ailments of human beings or cattle, or recovery of things lost or stolen. This miserable woman, chiefly on her own confession, was as usual "convict and burnt". Here the imagined demon was a human soul, but other spirits called Hudhart, who enabled a certain Highland woman to prosp... More >>>
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