Peter Stubbe

Peter Stubbe

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Caption: Peter Stubbe was accused of lycanthropy and the murder of thirteen people. He was tortured and executed in 1589 neas Cologne. The woodcuts depict his capture, trial and punishment, by burning at the stake. Image taken from A true discourse. Declaring the damnable life and death of one Stubbe Peeter, a most wicked sorcerer Trulye translated out of the high Duch, according to the copie printed in Collin. Originally published in Printed for E. Venge: London, 1590..

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