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No spells for this ‘witch’

By Mike Rocha

As dusk approaches Sunday, Bay City witch Michael S. Sova will busy himself over a hot task — grilling a steak for the dead. Sova will prepare the meal and place it on his living room coffee table in hopes it will please an unseen visitor. The last touch is a lit candle that will burn all night until dawn.

Fixing a meal for the non-living is how witches try to win the annual trick-or-treat battle. Witches risk bad fortune by skipping the ritual, said Sova, 36, a witch since 1991. “Spirits come to your door wanting something to eat,” said Sova, a former Saginaw resident who recently moved to Bay County. “You prepare something that you would give an honored guest; this is the treat. The belief is if you do nothing, bad luck would fall upon the house — a trick.

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