The Viking witch’s magic wand: Relic from ninth-century grave ‘was disabled by terrified villagers who feared its sorceress owner would rise from the dead’ | Mail Online

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  • Metal rod with curved end was found in a grave in Norway and taken to the British Museum
  • It was originally thought to be a fishing hook or a spit for roasting meat
  • But experts have now decided that it was a staff used by a sorceress
  • It was bent before being buried to take…

The Viking witch’s magic wand: Relic from ninth-century grave ‘was disabled by terrified villagers who feared its sorceress owner would rise from the dead’ | Mail Online

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