|Caption||The beautiful Isobel Gowdie in Fairyland! Isobel claimed to have visited it at her trial as a witch, but this does not mean she was a liar. Fairies were not always regarded as "little people" in the 17th century, and, as the picture shows, Isobel was probably enjoying herself with a band of outlaws or hill-dwellers. She made a sensational confession and died for it. Original artwork for illustration on p17 of Look and Learn issue no 447 (8 August 1970).|
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|Keywords||Isobel Gowdie witch wrongly accused hill-dwellers little people dwarfs trinkets girl fairies|
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