Author and historical consultant on witchcraft and magic

‘Thirteen witch trials are brought vividly to life in Gibson’s wide-ranging book’- Daily Mail

‘Thirteen witch trials are brought vividly to life in Gibson’s wide-ranging book’- Daily Mail

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Witchcraft: A History in Thirteen Trials

Witchcraft: A History in Thirteen Trials

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Marion Gibson writes accurate, engaging books about witches and magic in history. She’s been interested in witches for over thirty years, since she read the words of women accused of witchcraft in Elizabethan England. Why were they accused of crimes they didn’t commit? And why did they confess? Marion’s books tell the stories of these women and the men accused alongside them, and she explores the wider history of witch trials, folklore, magical and pagan beliefs and things that go bump in the night.

From the blog

“One Meggs a Baker” – a male “witch”

“One Meggs a Baker” – a male “witch”

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Birdcage Walk, by Helen Dunmore

Birdcage Walk, by Helen Dunmore

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Fall of a Sparrow, by Sam Benady and Mary Chiappe

Fall of a Sparrow, by Sam Benady and Mary Chiappe

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Contact Marion

via her agents for information on her availability for historical consulting and writing opportunities