Where Witches Flourish In This Twentieth Century

From September 10, 1911

WHERE WITCHES FLOURISH IN THIS TWENTIETH CENTURY

WHERE WITCHES FLOURISH IN THIS TWENTIETH CENTURY: New York Woman Haled to Court as a Magician in Allentown, Penn. — Big Modern Communities Where Spells and Incantations Are Used Daily for Every Ill That Flesh Is Heir To. (PDF)

Meta Immerman, a dressmaker from New York, moved to Allentown. Her neighbors the Kipps noticed she was a bit odd. She walked barefoot through grass. She owned an electric flashlight. She ate nuts and raw eggs. Clearly, she was a witch.

The Kipps called police, and Meta Immerman was arrested and spent 48 hours in jail.

And that is why I won’t eat nuts and raw eggs.

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September 5th, 2011 at 10:00 am

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  1. I want to read this but the link isn’t working!

    Avery

    5 Sep 11 at 10:05 AM

  2. Link fixed. Sorry about that!

    David

    5 Sep 11 at 10:32 AM

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