For Valentine's Day, kitchen witch Dawn Hunt shares two recipes that will get your (and your intended's) motor running.
Stressed, lonely, or psychically blocked? Here's how to curate your personal crystal collection.
Set your intentions, add magic, and get yourself a new intended
When therapy fails, you can always turn to magic to cure a broken heart.
After talking to some dead people, I have theories about what happens after we croak.
From outrageous parties in Greenwich Village in the 70s to "Sexy Pizza Rat," the slutty Halloween costume has come a long way, baby.
If you run into your twin on Halloween, it doesn't necessarily mean you're going to die. But it may say something about your health.
If you're always the one shrieking in fear during a TV rerun of 'Scream,' science could tell you why—and how to change it.
Margaret Murray discovered the existence of covens and witches' sabbaths in 1921. There was one problem: She was wrong.
Instead of subtweeting your ex, why not cast an emoji unbinding spell instead?
More and more young women are entering death-related fields of work. We talked to a female hospice worker, a medical museum curator, and two funeral planners to find out why.
One hundred and twenty-three years after Lizzie Borden was accused of giving her mother and father 40 and 41 whacks, respectively, we still can't stop talking about what really happened that night.