|Detroit Free Press, November 8, 1981 (enlarge)|
Monday, August 8, 2016
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
|Redford Observer, August 19, 1982|
I believe that would be Veronica Kuclo, no? And the husband would be Peter Raub. As stated before I have avoided covering the murder of Marion's daughter because it seems an unnecessary personal intrusion into her legacy. Plus, it occurred after her death in 1993.
Nonetheless, the marriage of Veronica and Peter Raub occurred during Marion's life and apparently took place in Seattle on August 19, 1982 after a series of dramatic incidents which included the groom's mother using the discarded, called-off wedding napkins to wash windows.
Monday, June 6, 2016
|Redford Observer, July 31, 1980|
Being a witch Gundella believed in reincarnation. Authors and books she recommended on the topic included, Here and the Hereafter by Ruth Montgomery, The Search for the Girl with the Blue Eyes by Jess Stern, You Were Born Again to be Together by Dick Stulphen, An East-West Anthology of Reincarnation edited by J. Head and S. L. Cranston and The Flowering Tree by Gladys V. Jones.
As for marriage advice: if you have to pick between two guys then you're probably not in love with either. But if you're willing to live without love then pick the one with the best qualities that match yours. If you're too wishy-washy to pick then let the Fates determine your choice via the use of a pendulum. The vibrations don't lie.
Sunday, June 5, 2016
|Redford Observer, November 13, 1980|
Rita B., 21 and pregnant, of Farmington, Michigan was watching a television program featuring a crippled and disfigured man and her mother-in-law slammed the program off insisting that it would cause her baby harm. Gundella poo-poo'd that notion stating that superstitions are based on ignorance of science and supernaturalism a simple lack of knowledge and experience.
Oh yeah... and be polite. Even to your mother-in-law. Them's some good advices.
Friday, November 27, 2015
|Canton Observer, March 20, 1975 (enlarge)|
Thursday, November 26, 2015
|Redford Observer, October 29, 1981|
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
|Redford Observer, December 4, 1980 (enlarge)|
No, not a surrogate spell-holder in the form of a furry face but Witch Watch and its ilk. Apparently Gundella didn't believe that witches had the power to transfer their spell capabilities to animals while they were busy with other magic rituals. Nor did she believe in transmigration or that one was born into the witch-hood. One becomes a witch through study, work and initiation. Ditto with psychic ability.
However, she did believe in having pets though and possessed several in the winter of 1980-81. Included were a fat cat, a playful puppy that sometimes partook in the green dye ritual and a rabbit that left the family around that time.