Biscar, Jeanette
An alleged sorceress of the Basque district of Labourd in
France, who was said to have been transported to the witches’
Sabbat by the Devil in the form of a goat. As punishment she
was suspended in midair head downward. She was one of thousands
of supposed witches persecuted through the efforts of
witch-hunter Pierre de Lancre in the early seventeenth century.