Thursday 24 January 2019

News: Witches, Witchcraft and Witch Hunts

Here is a round-up of news stories about witches, witchcraft and witch hunts:

"'Witch mother-in-law put a curse on me' among strangest late tax excuses" - story at Press and Journal:

"Magic spell brought stolen scooter back, says witch Deborah Samuels-Stuck from Gillingham" - story at Kent Online:

"Man accuses mother of being a 'witch', murders her before burying her body in his own backyard" - story in Times Now:

"Elderly woman's brutal killing exposes plight of suspected witches in Vihiga" - story at Daily Nation:

"Shelter Where Suspected Witches Feel Like Hunted Animals In Kilifi" - story at The Star, Kenya:

"The Witch of Kings Cross: Kiwi occultist who scandalised Sydney" - feature at New Zealand Herald:

"Worst Witch Mildred is ready to cast her spell in Sheffield" - details about theatrical performance at The Star:

"C'mon, now. No one actually believed The Blair Witch Project was real. Right?" - story at National Post:


Anonymous said...


Badwitch said...

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