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Witch Walk: Margaret Keir is a woman in her 40’s struggling to survive during the late 1650s. The Witchcraft Act has claimed her friend Bessie Stevenson as well as a handful of other women in Stirling. Margaret is terrified that she shall be next. This fictional story is based on the true-events of the witch trials that occurred in 1659 in Stirling. Except for Margaret Keir, the names of all the tried witches are real.

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