Deborah Hyde

Monday, March 5 2012 at 8:00PM

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78 Brighton Road
Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5BU

Deborah Hyde

What's the talk about?

The werewolf is an enduring motif. Though there are many good werewolves in folkore, the prevalent type is the ravaging, insatiable beast. The werewolf so often stands for the heart of darkness of the human soul. This talk will explore how the motif was used during one of Europe's darkest eras - the Great Witch Hunt of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries."

Deborah was our inaugural speaker at Horsham Skeptics in the pub and we're delighted to have the opportunity to host the first outing of her new talk. Those who came along to her last talk in Horsham will remember what a good quality speaker she is - both during the talk itself and durig the Q & A session.

Deborah is the Managing Editor of The Skeptic Magazine and also blogs as Jourdemayne

"Everyone's favourite skeptical witch, Jourdemayne, with superbly written thoughts on superstition, religion and the human condition" - Crispian Jago

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