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The Witches Halloween

Witches are a special class of characters that originate from the ever-popular culture surrounding Halloween. They were first mentioned in the old English language, and their history traces back to the year 1564. In that year, John Aubrey wrote about them for one of his books about ancient folklore.
Their name comes from their ability to cast spells on people or objects by making hand gestures while holding a wand that was made out of hazel twigs or willow branches. Their powers were not limited to just this, though they could also change into other forms like cats or bats. They would also use these forms to lure their victims into an ambush where they would steal their possessions or even eat them alive! These witches have been around since before Shakespeare wrote Macbeth, but some people believe that it wasn’t until the early nineteenth century when Halloween became more popular than ever before because of writers like Edgar Allan Poe and Washington Irving who wrote about witches during this time period which later led to their becoming more well-known than ever before!
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