HELEN’S STORY 1897 - 1956

Helen 2nd World War

The Second World War

The prosecution were determined to prove Helen Duncan was a fraud. Her trial took place barely a few months before the famous D-Day landings.

The Trial

The Witchcraft Trial

The true story of a Scottish housewife who found herself in the centre of a WWII legal battle which ended with her being convicted under the Witchcraft Act.

About Helen Duncan

During the second world war Helen was in great demand from anxious relatives, especially those who had lost close family on active war service.

Imprisonment Churchill

Winston Churchill

Two second degree burns were found across Helen's stomach. She was immediately taken back to her Scottish home and later rushed to hospital.

passes

Helen Passes to Spirit

Helen was sent back to London's Holloway prison, that Victorian monstrosity for female prisoners still being used today.

Imprisonment

The Prime Minister had been ordained into the Grand Ancient Order of Druids and was a client and also a keen supporter of Helen Duncan.



HELEN DUNCAN

The Official Pardon Site



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Many queries are now fully answered in this new book "CHURCHILL'S WITCH" which explores this true story in greater depth tracing Helen Duncan’s life and work and the many experts who investigated her remarkable ability to re-unite families with their 'dead' relations and friends.



FURTHER LINKS OF INTEREST

HMS Barham just after being struck by 3 torpedoes Nov 25th 1941.

Details of just how and why she was able to do this are fully explained together with the revelation that Winston Churchill, Britain's wartime premier, was not only one of Helen's many clients but that he too regularly used psychic powers to full effect. He also accurately predicted the day he too would be promoted to the Next World. Read more here.


Visit the website: www.churchillswitch.com



Also, we have just acquired this rather intriguing tribute to Helen Duncan in the form of a song written by English rock band ‘Seventh Son’.

The song is called ‘The Last Witch in England’.


Press ‘play’ to listen.





Visit their website: www.seventh-son.co.uk