Thursday 4 April 2019

Round-up of News Stories on Witchcraft & Paganism

Here's a really long list of news stories about paganism, witchcraft and the occult from the past few weeks. At the bottom of this list there are two disturbing stories that show pagans need to be aware of nasty individuals among us. Not all witches are nice.

"Harry Potter books and Buddhist figurine are burned for promoting sorcery and the occult at Catholic parish in Poland" - story at The Star Online:

"There's an exhibition near London dedicated to the area's persecuted witches" - story at Time Out:

"Paranormal investigators tie the knot in ancient Pagan handfasting ceremony" - story at Scottish Daily Record:

"A former inn with ties to the Witch Trials hits the market in Wenham" - story at

"Witch memorial plaque to be unveiled" - story at The Orcadian:

"Witches' Marks Protected Spaces from Evil" - story at JSTOR Daily:

"'Witch' quits normal life to live off-grid in the middle of the rainforest" - story at

"Weird Suffolk: The Denham girl who executed as a witch for being too beautiful" - story at East Anglian Daily Times:

"Tribal woman dubbed witch, lynched in Bengal" - story at Hindustan Times:

"Witches, abuse and murder - The pagan paedophile ring that rocked Cornwall" - story at Cornwall Live:

"Man who helped his 'white witch' fiancee kill her ex-husband in 'brutal and senseless' murder is jailed" - story at Daily Mail:

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