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If the br om fIts... Salem, Massachusetts, best known for the Puritan witch hunts of the 1600s, has taken unexpected turns to become a tourist-friendly hub for the Wiccan religion. TexT by laura palotie PhoTos by Jared Charney and laura palotie W iccans Lorelei Stathopoulos and Christian Day are leading a group of tourists in a prayer circle on the backyard of Crow haven Corner, a 40-year-old witch shop in salem. dressed in a tank top emblazoned with the words "sexy Witch," statophoulos points a sword towards the four cardinal directions, calls upon the spirits of fire, earth, water and air and asks them for protection. a modest altar is decorated with an egyptian statue and two candles that, she explains, are a doorway between two worlds. stathopoulos's dog, Chico, who himself has been named a witch minister, sits close by and squints at the sun. ENG 64 BLUE WINGS OCTOBER 2011

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