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The Caskey Witch

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Uploaded on Sep 3, 2009

Legend has it that in 1920, an Alistair Cobblestone was murdering women in cold blood and dismembering them in the woods behind the house that belonged to Katrina Caskey, who was to be believed as a witch. Caskey had witnessed this activity of the man and tried repeatedly to have law enforcement brought in to stop Cobblestone, but no evidence was found. Caskey had put a curse on Cobblestone and he lost his mind, and brutally murdered Caskey, decapitating her head and burying it in the woods. Cobblestone thought he would be free of her, but it turned out that he would wonder the woods aimlessly and would die a thousand deaths.

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