A young woman insists that the suspicious death of a local librarian was because of witchcraft, and the team are drawn into the world of magic and the supernatural. A series of strange events occur, and they are put under increasing pressure. The squad become convinced that the supernatural exists and struggle to remain cynical.
Did You Know?
When Rhoda Wishaw shares tea with Brian Lane and Gerry Standing around her camp fire, she sums up the coven's rule of life as "harm none". The full phrase should be "Do what you will so long as it harms none" and it's known as the Wiccan Rede. Here, though, Rhoda confuses it with the more sinister principle of occult Thelema: do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Rhoda's hybrid is "Harm none: that is the whole of the law." See more
Rhoda Wishaw (the witch) says that the Wiccan Rede is 'An it harm none shall be the whole of the law'. In reality, the Wiccan Rede is 'An it harm none, do what ye will' (though other variants exist). It seems as though the rede has been mixed with the law of Thelema which states 'Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law'. See more
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Yeah, and of ten reported crimes two and a half get detected, less get convicted!
I mean even when you nick 'em bang to rights the CJ'll still find a reason not to prosecute
Green Grow the Rushes, O
Written by Robert Burns
Performed by Stephanie Beacham See more