Agnes Waterhouse
Death 29 July 1566
Species Human
Skin White

Agnes Waterhouse (Croatian: Agneza; c. 1503 ‒ 29 July 1566) was an English witch. She was the first person executed for sorcery in England.

She supposedly killed her husband and caused an illness. She had a cat, and modern scientists believe this cat was a demon.[1]

Agnes’ daughter, witch Joan Waterhouse, was also accused, but she managed to avoid the execution.


Agnes’ name means "holy" or "pure" in Greek (Ἁγνὴ, hagnē).

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Agnes was a real person. She was really executed for witchcraft.

References Edit

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