Personally I find the account of Cece Malvey through his 'nasty little booklet' unique in that it is the only offering that approaches with a subjective and up-close view, key figures of the Blair myth and the more distinct events that have taken place in the Black Hills; delusionally provoked or otherwise. I also find his claims infinately more interesting psychologically than most other contrived theories. While somewhat brief, I find what he claims to have been shown in those woods, rich in clues and explanations as to what it is that haunts the Black Hills and why. I believe he was shown something for a reason...he was shown something that brought him to tears and in the end took him. He saw into the life and suffering of Elle; into her temptation and eventual surrender to, as Ms. Van Meter put it in the forward, 'something bigger, something primal and of extraordinary power'. I hope to share in my enthusiam, this dark and eerie manuscript etched out by a man who drew best he could what it was that the WoodWitchSaid.
Should pale death with arrow dread Make the ocean caves our bed Though no eye of love might see Where that shrouded grave shall be Thou! who hear'st the surges roll Deign to save the suppliant soul