Her search for Wiccans – When Anne Strieber asked to meet Wiccans, she didn’t make herself clear. She says, “One of the things that networks that run a lot of reality shows, like Bravo, are doing is replacing ads with what is called product placement, meaning that a line of clothes, cosmetics, etc. will be designed around a particular group of people. In order to do this, they need to make sure they appeal to a particular demographic, which in our case would be young females who live in Southern California. Since I’m rather a crone at this point myself, I’m embarrassed to say this, but since I heard from mostly males and older women living in the Northeast, I think I’d better be more forthright.” If you think YOU might fit the demographic, read on.
…who want to be in a reality TV series – Anne Strieber is working with Glenn Mehan, the producer of Little People Big World, to create a documentary about the pagan movement in America. We are finding that this movement is fascinating and little understood, and we’d like to correct the misapprehensions about it. It’s easy to hate and fear, but almost never right, and that is certainly the case here. That nice mother you meet at the grocery store could be a Wiccan. That friendly lady in the next cubicle could be a pagan.