Pointed hats, broomsticks, caldrons, cats. Why do we assume <strong>witches look a certain way</strong>? Blame the rise of the mass-produced woodcut

Pointed hats, broomsticks, caldrons, cats. Why do we assume witches look a certain way? Blame the rise of the mass-produced
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Pointed hats, broomsticks, caldrons, cats. Why do we assume witches look a certain way? Blame the rise of the mass-produced woodcut

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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