Several men who have dated her says she likes to collect their …

Apparently this former back in the day B list actress who has a unique name and voice has always been known as someone who has been into the occult. She was last seen by most of you in a hit pay cable show and she has another show which is going to do very well. Anyway, several men who have dated her says she likes to collect their semen and keep it in vials.

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Apparently this former back in the day B list actress who has a unique name and voice has always been known as someone who has been into the occult.

She was last seen by most of you in a hit pay cable show and she has another show which is going to do very well.

Anyway, several men who have dated her says she likes to collect their semen and keep it in vials.

Fairuza Balk

Important news bulletin of the day: The Craft’s Fairuza Balk is not, in fact, a witch

The ’90s were replete with just about every great, kitschy Halloween movie there is, including Practical Magic, Hocus Pocus, Scream and, obviously, Idle Hands.

But perhaps what defined the decade best (and continues to be one of the greatest teen cult classics of all time) is

The Craft, which followed a group of wannabe witches who were both friends and frenemies. It was dark, it was funny and, aside from that whole magic thing, it was real, exploring a world of themes (abuse, rape, racism) and giving us the priceless foursome that was Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, Rachel True and, the most iconic of them all, Fairuza Balk, who played Nancy, their psychotic, power-hungry, self-destructive ringleader.

To be a teenager in the ’90s was to worship Fairuza Balk, her cropped hair, haunted eyes and goth aesthetic. Her performance was so good, so high-strung, that it made many believe it was true to life. At one time, she even owned Panpipes, an occult shop in Hollywood, only fuelling the rumours that, in real life, Balk was very much a living, breathing, practicing witch. – Source