We came across Alice on our way to the town of Pendle. The history for the witch trials is very interesting, especially if you are interested the supernatural. We never got a chance to do the hike up Pendle Hill, but will be back for it next time!
I passed this statue in the village as I passed through it as part of my effort to complete the Pendle Way circular walk (46 miles). I thought 'there's a statue !' - but it didn't set my any of mysenses on fire ... or maybe even stir them in anyway - that said maybe it's me who should have... 更多
A lovely Easter walk around Roughlee,and pendle,and to see the statue of Alice Nutter one of the pendle witches hung at the gallows add to the history of the areas,and the trials of the witches was on good Friday that is why we all walk up the pendle hill on that day ,the statue is on the main road into... 更多
O/K it's another tourist attraction but a very nice one well worth the visit. Built and created by David Palmer it's near to where she lived 400+ years ago. Note that this was not Roughlee Old Hall as in fiction but a little further west towards Barley just after the school (parking) at Crowtrees - the building has been modernised... 更多
I'm not a great one for the Lancashire witches. Robert Neil's 'Mist over Pendle' is worth a read but we've made rather too much of a few fragments of history. And it's ironical that it's landowner Alice Nutter who's commemorated with a statue rather than the poor peasants.