The Haunting of Bunny Hall: A Seventeenth-Century Tale of Witchcraft and Sorcerie — The Social Historian

The Mysterious Bentons It all started over a disputed path, of all things. Richard Jackson, a Wakefield man, had taken the tenancy of Bunny Hall. Soon after he did, a local woman – Jennet Benton – and her son George, began to claim a right of way through the grounds. Having none of this, Jackson […]

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