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(Book and 1987 film) A widowed sculptor who discovers her magical abilities after becoming involved with an arrogant but irresistible newcomer to town.
(TV series and 2012 film) Has an intense love hate relationship with the vampire Barnabas Collins.
(2009 film) The Other Mother. Lures children into the other world and sews buttons into their eyes to steal their souls.
(Book and film series) A Dark witch and Death Eater loyal to Lord Voldemort.
(Broadway play and 1958 film) Brews a particularly noxious looking potion which she makes Shep drink in order to break the love spell cast over him by Gillian Holroyd.
(Book and TV series)A witch who reluctantly embraces her dormant powers when she becomes involved with a vampire in defiance of the disapproval and mistrust of others in the supernatural world.
(Book and film series) Installed as Defence against the Dark Arts Professor by the Ministry of Magic without the consent of Dumbledore.
(Book and 1983 film) A blind but very powerful witch who performs as a fortune-teller in Cooger and Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show.
(TV series) Meddling mother of Samantha and endless source of irritation to Darren.
(TV series) Occasionally called upon by Samantha to help around the house. She is nervous and clumsy and her spells frequently go spectacularly wrong.
(Book and film series) A sneaky tattletale at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches. She is the sworn enemy of Mildred Hubble and friends.
(Book and 1990 film) The Grand High Witch. Her ultimate goal is to rid the world of children.
(Book and TV series) A free spirited witch who owns the magic shop The Inquiring Mind.
(Broadway play and 1958 film) Loses her supernatural powers, and her Siamese familiar Pyewacket, after she falls in love with her neighbour.
(Book and film series) Ron's younger sister. She and Harry eventually get married.
(Book and 1939 film) The Good Witch of the South who welcomes her to Oz, advises her to go visit the Wizard, then summons the tornado that helps take Dorothy back to Kansas.
(TV and film series) Brews potions, casts spells, tells fortunes and practices the art of knife-throwing.
(Book series) Lives in a cottage outside the town of Bad Ass.
(Book and film series) A very capable and knowledgeable witch despite being a Muggle.
(TV series) The fun-loving, slightly ditzy younger aunt of Sabrina Spellman. She plays the violin very badly.
(Book and TV series) A waitress at Merlotte's Bar and Grill.
(Book and film series) When Digory Kirk accidentally leads her into Narnia on the day of it's creation, Jadis goes on to unleash the Hundred Years Winter.
(Book and 1987 film) A shy cellist who is unaware she is a witch until she has embarked on a passion affair with an enigmatic stranger made complicated by the fact that he is also romancing her two best friends.
(TV series) The youngest of three Carrionites who want to release the rest of their race from the Darkness where they were banished by the Eternals then take over the earth.
(1963 film) Arch-nemesis of Merlin.
(Book and TV series) Leader of a Wiccan coven which meets at the Moon Goddess Emporium.
(1993 film) The middle Sanderson sister. Devoted to her evil older sister Winifred.
(Book and film series)A pupil at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches and Mildred Hubble's best friend.
(Book and TV series) The Red Woman. A preistess of the Lord of Light.
(Book and film series) Wins a scholarship to study at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches.
(Book and film series) Head of Gryffindor House.
(Book and 1968 film) She and husband Roman are Satan worshiping witches who recruit Rosemary's husband Guy into their ranks and, with the promise of fame and success, persuade him to allow his unwitting wife to be impregnated with the son of the devil.
(Book and film sreies) The kindly headmistress of Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches.
(1971 Film) Takes in three children who have been evacuated from London during the Blitz. They are intrigued to discover she is learning to become a witch via a correspondence course.
(Book and film series) Matriarch of the Weasley clan.
(TV series) The oldest of a trio of Carrionites from the planet Rexel Four who escape from banishment in the Darkness and plot to rescue their race from banishment and destroy humanity.
(TV series) One of three Carrionites who plan to liberate their race from the Deep Darkness and wipe out humanity.
(Book series) Married three times and has fifteen children.
(Book and film series) Killed by her aunt Bellatrix Lestrange in the Battle of Hogwarts.
(TV series) The half-sister discovered by Piper and Phoebe after the death of Prue. She is the daughter of their mother and a whitelighter. She is able to teleport and has the power of telekinesis.
(TV series) Quirky and free-spirited. Can see into the future and the past. Has an ill fated love affair with a demon.
(TV series) The middle Halliwell sister. She has the ability to manipulate the speed of objects and cause explosions.
(TV series) The eldest of the Halliwells. Posesses the powers of telekinesis and astral projection.
(1937 film) Snow White's evil stepmother.
(Book and TV series) Leads the Slavic witches of Lake Lubana.
(TV series) Discovers her magic powers on her 16th birthday. She lives with her two 500-year-old aunts to whom she frequently turns for advice.
(TV series) A witch who marries a mortal and is determined to try to live life the mortal way, much to the horror of her family.
(1993 film) The youngest Sanderson witch. The source of enmity between the sister by having an affair with her sister Winifred's lover.
(TV series) A powerful Finnish witch who kidnaps and tortures Diana Bishop.
(Book and TV series) Leader of the Northern witch coven of Lake Enara.
(Book and 1987 film) A widow and mother of six who experiences an awakening of magical power when she finds herself in a polyamorous relationship with a seductive mystery man and her two closest friends.
(Theatre play and film) As punishment for practicing sorcery, Sycorax is banished to the island on which Prospero later becomes stranded. She gives birth to the monstrous Caliban and dies before Prospero's arrival.
(TV series and 1992 film) Soulmate of fellow witch Willow Rosenberg.
(1989 film) The evil sea witch to whom Ariel trades her voice in echange for a pair of human legs.
(Book and 1939 film) Vows to get Dorothy and her little dog, too.
(TV series and 1992 film) Buffy's nerdy best friend and loyal member of the Scooby Gang.
(1993 film) The eldest of the three Sanderson sisters. She sells her soul to the devil for a book of dark magic which contains the recipe for a potion that that drains the life force from children.
(Animated series) Does her best to turn Bugs Bunny into rabbit stew on a number of occasions.
(TV series) Flies around Living Island on her rocket-powered Vroom Broom trying to get her hands on Freddy, a magic talking flute.
(TV series) Sabrina Spellman's level headed older aunt. She has 4 PhDs and teaches the occasional science class at Sabrina's high school.
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