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On Pagan Pride Day, visibility for the occult

By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / September 17, 2007

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NORTH ANDOVER - It was Old World beliefs meeting modern-day lifestyles. Pagans gathering by a pond inside Harold Parker State Forest in North Andover socialized to the persistent pop of gunfire from a nearby hunting club. Witches in jeans and Crocs were elbow-to-wand with heathens and druids, vampires and those just beginning on their spiritual quest. (Full article: 365 words)

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