Brandeston, Suffolk : The Revd. John Lowes was hanged here having been accused and been found guilty of witchcraft by Witchfinder General, Matthew Hopkins in 1645.
Canewdon, Essex : According to local legend, so long as the tower of St, Nicholasís Church remains standing, there will be seven witches in Canewdon.
Edmondthorpe, Leicestershire : St. Michaelís Church has an effigy of a Lady Ann Smith who was known locally as a witch, and who had the talent to change herself into a cat.
Knaresborough, Yorkshire : An attraction here to this day is the sacred cave known as the birthpalce of the Prophetess, Mother Shrimpton.
Newchurch-in-Pendle, Lancashire : The area around Newchurch became notorious after the famous Lancashire witchesí trial. It is one of the most well recorded detailed witch trials in England.
St.Osyth, Essex : St.Osyth was the site of the hanging of Ursula Kemp and Elizabeth Bennet for witchcraft.
Sible Hedingham, Essex : This areaís claim to fame is being the site of the very last trial of a witch by being put to the swimming test, in 1863.