The face of an 18th-century witch, who died in jail, has been digitally reconstructed.

Witch's face reconstructed

Witch's face reconstructed

Lilias Adie, from Fife, died in 1704 after being held in prison when she confessed to being a witch and having sex with the devil.

And BBC Radio Scotland's Time Travels programme has unmasked the face behind the woman, the Mirror Online has reported, and the team believe the likeness is accurate as most other Scottish witches were burned.

Presenter Susan Morrison said: ''It was a truly eerie moment when the face of Lilias suddenly appeared.

''Here was the face of a woman you could have a chat with, though knowing her story it was a wee bit difficult to look her in the eye.''