It's the (Hallows') eve of all things spooky and supernatural! Originally published in 1584, 'The Discoverie of Witchcraft' was a largely skeptical treatise which recorded and debunked popular and scholarly beliefs about witchcraft, magic and other superstitions.
In the 16th and 17th centuries it was used as a central text in the debate around witchcraft. One such contester was King James VI and I, a firm believer in witchcraft.
Our copy is the 3rd edition of the book published in 1665. It includes 9 new chapters and a 2nd book added to 'The Discourse on Devils and Spirits'.