‘There is a witch in Woodplumpton. She is buried, upside down, beneath a boulder…’
When you think of the Fylde, if you think of it at all, you might picture its coastline: Illuminations, picturesque windmills, and historic lighthouses.
This story is much older than any of those things. This story takes place in the Fylde of 400 years ago, where boggarts dwelt in farmsteads, Jack o’ the Lantern roamed the wild woods, and three wise women lived in a small cottage on the outskirts of Singleton Village.
This is the story of Meg Shelton, charting her life from maiden to mother to crone against a backdrop of witch trials, civil war and plague. This is the story of the Fylde Witch.
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