CLEVELAND, Ohio — With Halloween just around the corner, what better time to visit one of the spookiest shops in Cleveland — Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick.
Although the museum first opened in 1966, it has only been in Cleveland about four years. The museum is filled with unique finds including pentagrams, magic wands, crystal balls and a “demon in a box” from the 1970s.
To get into the eerie Halloween spirit, reporter Hannah Drown will broadcast live video on cleveland.com’s Facebook page twice Tuesday morning. First, she will show you the museum and get the stories behind some of the most interesting pieces. Drown will broadcast a second time for a tarot card reading.
Do you have questions, thoughts or comments? Be sure to put them in the comments section of the video once the Facebook Live broadcast begins.
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