Can a witch deduct brooms from her taxes? YES!

Can a witch deduct brooms from her taxes? YES!

The Window Of The World theme park in Shenzhen, China has a Halloween attraction called the 4D Death Simulator. Riders climb into a coffin and then are placed in a cremation furnace by a ghoulish attendant. Park visitor Ting Shen tells Metro UK: ”You really feel like you’re being burnt alive. I feel like I died and came back.”

A Dutch witch, named Margarita Drongen, went to court and won the right to deduct the cost of her brooms and spell-making lessons from her taxes. She charges $3,000 for her multi-weekend course where students are taught how to make spells, prepare magic portions and heal with stones. The brooms and spell-making lessons are considered business expenses.

And finally,

People are flocking to GhostSingles.com. The site features a chat room and ways to describe yourself as ‘wispy, airy or ethereal’.  The site reads: If you’re looking for love, and you’re dead, Ghost Singles is the site for you.  Also, we don’t accept the undead or living dead – no zombies or vampires!” GhostSingles.com is free. (Yes, lots of people have joined…although I suspect they are alive, but their social life might be on life support.)