Monday, 22 January 2018

Catching Up With Witchcraft News & Occult TV

I've had the flu and been too ill to blog over the past week, but I'm on the mend now and catching up with things. Talking of catch-up, if you missed the BBC quiz show QI's episode on the occult at the weekend, you can still watch it via BBC IPlayer. Here are some links to news stories from the past few days about druids, witches, pagans more TV and movies:

"Rude Brittania! Top druid says Sky Atlantic's new Roman TV epic is an insult to peace-loving Celtic holy men" - story at the Daily Mail:

"Witch-swinging: Tales of witchcraft and torture" - A look at attacks on women accused of witchcraft in colonial India. Story at Livemint:

"Why is Papua New Guinea Still Hunting Witches?" - story at The Diplomat:

"Highland Views: Witches, Wicca and a pagan view of the world" - A Protestant minister and interfaith chaplain's look at pagans and witches, at Asheville Citizen-Times:

"Crystals, potions and tarot cards: the mystical rise of new age businesses" - story at The Guardian:

"Mail-order magic: the rise of subscription witchcraft" - story at The Guardian:

"Movie Review – Curse of the Witch's Doll (2018)" - review at Flickering Myth:

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