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Around the 30 min mark, there is a story involving a 'Wiccan' that you may find rather fascinating, or at least as amusing as I did.

What stood out to me the most about the first story, was how emotionally distraught the woman becomes while telling the story.  So either she's just a really good actor, or has convinced herself these events actually occurred.

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Because she liked the idea of her son in palindrome


? Hu Dat In Da Mirror ?

1.  YES, we are not our true selves. We are invaded by spirit walk-ins.  Halp, call the psychics they know what to do, but wait... They are infected too?  Halp!

2.  Because Spirits.

3.  She supplicated to her husband's christian beliefs.  "I thought it was cheesy..."

HA! I fell out of my chair laughing at this! Mephisto (I figured I would re-spell that in keeping with the joke).

Luigi? that used to be my fav pizza parlor


Let's see, "he joined the occult", followed by "I got a Catholic priest to bless the house" and "someone had opened a portal with a Ouiji board", then a grand finale of fluffy Wiccan girl don't know what she's dealing with. It's a bit cliche.
It's all secret.shh.
When in doubt blame your husband.
When Christianity backfires.

She states"Being a Wiccan and a witch you have to know how to protect yourself and your family".

But has no concept of using contraception and a month later ends up pregnant Surprise!

I watched the first story and that one seemed more interesting to me. Maria, the girl she let live with her, sounded like she made the story up as an excuse that she murdered her husband or she is just crazy and murdered her husband. The family that invited her became convinced of it.

On the OP topic, I find that she being a Wiccan and not knowing how to get rid of said spirit or control it at least, more than a little odd.

I swear they think having a 'Wiccan' in a segment makes things more authentic. It backfires badly. The stories are always cliche, ouija boards, witch and smudging, then religious priest/ Reverend, rinse and repeat. It's for the white bread Christians to safely digest the supernatural in a safe dose.

Yup.  It's completely targeted at Christians.  


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