Stories Of The Paranormal, The Unexplained, And All Things Incredible

December 10, 2009

Pretending to Practise

There's a curious story taking place in Toronto right now. Vishwantee Persaud is charged with 'pretending to practice' witchcraft; a rare section of Canada's criminal code from 1892.

The man she bewitched was a lawyer. She enchanted him out of $150,000. Do you think 'pretending' to be a witch would pack the same wallop that actually being a witch would? I mean, what would she have gotten out of him she had really been practising instead of just pretending? Just asking.

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