Here’s an interesting resource, both on-line and in the flesh: the Museum of Witchcraft, in Boscastle, Corwall, UK http://www.museumofwitchcraft.com/index.php There’s an online guidebook to the museum, a tour of some interesting artifacts, and searchable on-line library and images. I wish it were a little more scholarly in approach (for instance, giving dates or provenance for some of the artifacts), but the photos and history they represent are fascinating!
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