Bear in mind that man is but a devil weakly fettered by some generous beliefs and impositions. Robert Louis Stevenson
Every tragedy falls into two parts: complication and unravelling...By the complication I mean all that extends from the beginning of the action to the part which marks the turning-point to good or bad fortune. The unravelling is that which extends from the beginning of the change to the end. Aristotle
In memory of Stephen Williams, 1967 - 1993, who understood well the strangeness of the past.
'Witchfinders' tells the true and terrible story of Matthew Hopkins and his horrifying crusade as witch-hunting fever gripped the country. Malcolm Gaskill uses his great storytelling talents to bring the mid-17th century alive.