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Superstitions of nature

January 7, 2012
By Katie Finch , The Post-Journal

I had warts as a child. Not as bad as my younger sister who once had a wart on the end of her nose. But even on my fingers, mine were still ugly and painful. After many tears and several failed attempts at trying to get rid of them, my mother gave me a secret cure. I was to take a raw potato, cut it in pieces and rub each piece on my warts. Then I was to put it back together and bury it under a full moon and my warts would go away. With all the innocence of a 10-year-old I followed my mother's instructions and several days later, my warts started to fade!

 
 
 

 

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