Meet a Real-Life Witch Marching for Acceptance in New York City
For many, a witch is something you only see on Halloween. They dress in black, wear pointy hats and get around by broomstick. But Lady Rhea, the "Witch Queen of New York,"wants you to know nothing could be further from the truth. She's the proud founder of the Witch Pride Parade, which marches across New York City every summer to fight for acceptance in society, and leads to WitchFest, a festival celebrating witches. "People need to understand we're not demonologists," Rhea told InsideEdition.com.