Flashback: Revisiting the 1920 trial of Miss Maggie Pollock, charged with witchcraft

It was published on the front page of the April 1, 1920 issue of the Wingham Advance but it was no April Fool’s joke. An unusual trial had taken place at the Goderich courthouse, one where the accused was convicted of witchcraft. Some 200 years after the Salem witch trials, a woman was being prosecuted for what…
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