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The Witch of Loddon and Changing Perceptions of Witchcraft in Victorian England | Inner Lives
There are many stories of witchcraft in rural England from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, but it is rare to find accounts of self-professed witches who actually attempted to make a living out of this unusual profession. One such example is Mother Chergrave (pronounced ‘Chegriff’), the witch of Loddon, a village in southeast Norfolk close…
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