Is witchcraft promotion attracting real black magic?

October 1986
Yankee;Oct86, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p108
The horrors of Salem's famous witch trials in 1692 have drawn many tourists and also many modern-day self-proclaimed witches to the city. But a few nay-sayers, led by a conservative Christian minister, fear that promotion of witches is attracting real black magic.


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