Most people are familiar with the Salem Witch Trials, but not many with the Finnish Witch Trials. The witch trials took places between 1520 – 1750. Finland, then a part of Sweden, was known for it’s large population of practicing witches. Both male and female, as shown in the photos before, were put to trial with over 1,200 convictions.
Images sourced from “Old Photos of Finnish witches” by PastStuff