Post by pennedlore on Oct 19, 2011 12:11:05 GMT -6
Pondering after refreshing myself of the mythology of the BW, and the various events throughout, I hit upon something and thought it fairly interesting .
From 1785 onward, after Elly's death and spiritual return, her presence or form has varied markedly from time to time, encounter to encounter; the hairy chimera mentioned in the "Blair Witch Cult", the kindly, floating old woman who befriended Robin Weaver and the hooded, cloaked figure who haunted Rutsin Parr etc.
I was wondering as to what form members here find most distinct or imposing and what, if any, could be the significance to the shapes she has taken over the years?
Post by Duchess DeMonica on Feb 3, 2014 7:44:03 GMT -6
My brother took a shortcut through burkittsville,to save some time on a trip and I told him if he sees some hot chick trying to hitch a ride,don't dare stop and pick her up,it could be the blair witch instead,trying to trick him
I always imagined her as a ghostly old woman who glided across the forest, especially when linked to the Robin Weaver tale. 'An old woman's feet that never touched the ground.' Although I do think she is often more of an unseen force.