Witch trials: Scotland's loneliest grave

In 16th and 17th century Scotland, roughly 4,000 people were accused of witchcraft.

The rate of executions were five times the European average, and of the accused, 85% were women.

The BBC's Melissa Hogenboom explores why women were so vulnerable to accusations of witchcraft and why they were accused of being 'agents of Satan'.

Produced & directed by Adam Proctor

Presented by Melissa Hogenboom