The face of an 18th-century witch, who died in jail, has been digitally reconstructed.
Lilias Adie, from Fife, died in 1704 after being held in jail when she confessed to being a witch and having intercourse with the satan.
And BBC Radio Scotland’s Time Travels programme has unmasked the face behind the girl, the Mirror On-line has reported, and the group consider the likeness is correct as most different Scottish witches had been burned.
Presenter Susan Morrison mentioned: ”It was a really eerie second when the face of Lilias all of the sudden appeared.
”Right here was the face of a lady you may have a chat with, although realizing her story it was a wee bit troublesome to look her within the eye.”