41 – Curse: Glove

Physical description:
Leather glove filled with wax.
Museum classification:
Curses
Size:
175 mm
Information:
Original text by Cecil Williamson: 'A part of a person or a close to the skin worn article is to the witch the person in person and all that is required to hex or control them. A daughter's glove, taken by a Plymouth mother in 1979 to a witch. Purpose? To break her daughter's infatuation with a weirdo-disco. Any luck? Rather, it worked like a dream. The girl married a navy man within six months.'
Resource:
Object
Materials:
Leather, wax
Copyright ownership:
Copyright to The Museum of Witchcraft Ltd.
Original text by Cecil Williamson: 'A part of a person or a close to the skin worn article is to the witch the person in person and all that is required to hex or control them. A daughter's glove, taken by a Plymouth mother in 1979 to a witch. Purpose? To break her daughter's infatuation with a weirdo-disco. Any luck? Rather, it worked like a dream. The girl married a navy man within six months.'