A WHITE witch has told Labor MP Jean McLean a voodoo
doll she has used against the Liberal Party could come
back to haunt her.
Melbourne witch Kerry Kulkens warned conjuring black
magic forces against opponents was a risky exercise.
"What tends to happen is that the black magic you direct
to your enemies rebounds back on you," she said. "It
can do you more harm than anyone else."
Ms Kulkens said Upper House MP Ms McLean would have
been better off putting a photograph of each government
MP under her pillow.
"She should have touched each of the photographs, placed
them under her pillow and then urged each of them to
vote against the legislation. That would have proved
very effective," she said.
Ms McLean, who has studied black magic since childhood,
stuck pins into the neck, head and back of a voodoo
doll when government MPs spoke in parliament on Thursday.
She said she wanted government MPs to vote against the
workers compensation revision Bill.
But the Upper House passed the contentious legislation
Premier Jeff Kennett joked yesterday he had woken with
a sore back. "I felt stiff and felt sore and I thought,
"I bet that's Jean'," he said.
Melbourne Sun-Herald, 13/12/97