Saturday, August 19, 2006

Woman, Man Die At Wiccan Festival

Two people died during a "neo-pagan" festival near Wellington Lake in rural Jefferson County during the weekend, apparently of natural causes, authorities said Monday.

The deaths occurred during Dragonfest, a regional festival that drew several hundred participants for an 11th annual weekend of Wiccan rituals, camping and a "clothing optional" area.

One woman in her 50s died of a heart attack on Saturday, according to the Jefferson County Coroner's Office. A man was discovered dead on Monday morning, also of apparent natural causes, authorities said. Full Story

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't strange that two people just all of a sudden die at one of those events??? Iv never been to any of those festivals, but always interested in spells. Iv done a few and I get into such things of that nature. Although one must be very careful and heed with caution. One day I hope to attend a wicca event fest, it would please me greatly. I liked your page. I found it interesting!

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Simple Magick said...

It is pretty strange. Though the deaths were ruled to be of natural causes, the nature of the event makes one wonder if there wasn't something supernatural at fault. Thanks for visiting anon!

9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Generally speaking, magick does not hurt, let alone kill people. However, many organic foods and things of that sort present at such events can trigger allergies or other health risks if people are not careful. I would more or less bank on that explanation before I lean toward spells, curses, etc.

1:13 PM  

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