Campaigners looking to clear the name of Britain's last convicted witch may apply for a judicial review. Spiritualist Helen Duncan was convicted in 1944 under the Witchcraft Act for fear she would reveal military secrets during World War II.
Miss Duncan, from Callander near Stirling, was arrested in Portsmouth alongside three members of her audience as she conducted a seance. In 2008, the Scottish Parliament rejected a petition to pardon her. Almost 70 years after an Old Bailey jury found her guilty, campaigners maintain Miss Duncan was wrongfully convicted.
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