Here are a few news stories from the past couple of days about commemorations of historic witch trials:
Pendle witch camp and folklore festival, aimed to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the Pendle witch trials, is being billed as the “biggest and most accessible yet”. You can read the full story on The Citizen website: http://www.burnleycitizen.co.uk/news/9498485.Pendle_Witch_Camp_and_Folklore_Festival_set_to_be__biggest_and_most_accessible_yet_/
Local historians hunt copies of out-of-print book containing tales of witch trials. You can read the full story on the Bo'ness Journal website: http://www.bonessjournal.co.uk/community/hunt_on_for_old_witch_trial_book_1_2082047
Norway gets two memorials to the 91 victims of a famous witch trial in 1621: You can read the full story on the Wall Street Journal website: http://blogs.wsj.com/ideas-market/2012/01/27/a-cross-cultural-monument-to-victims-of-witch-trials/?mod=google_news_blog.