Monday 12 November 2018

Witches & Witchcraft in the News, Film & TV

Here is a round-up of recent news stories about witches and witchcraft. A few are about real-life incidents, others are about fictional portrayals on TV and in the movies. First, several stories about TV show The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina:

"Sabrina: Satanists sues Netflix over goat statue used in new witch TV series" - story at

"Real Witches Judge the Witch Culture of 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'" - story at FANDOM:

"Building a witch's world takes its own magic" - story at

"The original series of Sabrina the Teenage Witch is officially returning to British screens… and 90s kids are losing it: - story at The Sun:

And some other witchy news:

"The unstoppable rise of the modern day witch and why your obsession with crystals and tarot reading is the ultimate act of feminism" - story at Glamour UK:

"Alice Kyteler: The Kilkenny 'Witch' Who Ran While her Servant Burned" - story about a historic case at Ancient Origins:

"Faith leaders share end-of-life values" - story at Gaston Gazette:

"The Honest Truth about hedgehogs: Prickly beastie once branded witch now at sharp end of habitat threats" - story at The Sunday Post:

"'The Wicker Man' and western anxieties: exploring the modern resonance of pagan horrors" - opinion piece at The Bowdoin Orient:

"'Suspiria' and Rethinking the Witch" - story at Hollywood Reporter:

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