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« Reply #3: September 15, 2007, 10:44:03 am »

Macbeth leaped first into to my mind, with the "Double, double, toil and Trouble" spell believed by many to be a real curse (or spell) of the times.

I thought of that one, but I discounted it as prophesy, rather than a curse; but maybe I'm wrong about that. The line between the two can be thin sometimes.
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