Book by Cassandra Latham-Jones
The Enquiring Eye is an exciting new project for the museum – a journal that aims to showcase a wide range of research into all aspects of magic.
The research articles in this first issue are:
The Mystery of the ‘Witchcraft Research Centre’ by Steve Patterson
This Charming Man: F.T. Nettleinghame and his Piskey-empire by Rupert White
A Neolithic Stone Idol Found in Cornwall by Graham E. Hill
Banishing, Binding and Cursing by the Chattering Magpie
The Mass Hexing of Donald Trump:A Brief History by Melanie Xulu
Reclaiming the Magician by Alan Jones
‘A Letter to Nathaniel Higginson’ by Samantha Southern
Reading Love Magic in Sixteenth-Century Italy by Joshua Rushton
A Journey into Paganism by Rebekah Elvidge
Collecting and Fashioning Magical Objects with Cecil Williamson by Peter Hewitt
There is also a section – The Spider’s Web – for readers’ accounts of their own magical discoveries. In this issue it includes a find of iron nails, ritual marks on a wooden chest, and a lead charm.