In the two videos below, we hear from the late Cecil Williamson, practitioner and collector of Traditional West Country Witchcraft and founder of the world famous Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, North Cornwall. In the first he talks of how he had first encountered the world of village witchcraft as a child living in Devon. In the second he demonstrates a West Country technique of doll magic to be rid of a troublemaker:

This fascinating footage shows the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle as it was under the ownership of Cecil Williamson in the late 1960's. It is amazing to see some of the very familiar exhibits along with the way this wonderful museum that has developed and changed over the years.Our thanks to 'Lost935' for posting this footage.

The Museum of Witchcraft Boscastle in 2010 - Film made by Tom Chick & Florence Kennard with Tom Bailey, Music from 'Chanting' and 'Chanting II' from the Museum of Witchcraft aditional chanting by Patricia Crowther and music by Neil Smith.
A short video by Simon Reed, about the Tolcarne Rock in Newlyn, West Cornwall and the legends attached to it.


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