Witches of Scotland: Group Helps Change Dark Period of History
During a dark period of history, alleged witches met horrific deaths and other forms of torture. The majority of them were women. The Witchcraft Act became law in Scotland in 1563. Now, hundreds of years later, the miscarriage of justice is finally formally recognized. Reporter Kiley Hill shares the story of this history and the Witches of Scotland campaign.
About the Contributors
Senior / Broadcast Journalism
Kiley Hill is a fourth-year from the D.C. area majoring in broadcast journalism. She is one of CommRadio’s news directors as well as an anchor and reporter for the Centre County Report. She is also currently working her fifth internship with AfterBuzz TV and Better Together with Maria Menounos.