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This on-line magazine relates to the Bewitched TV show. We offer original articles, photos and sounds, as well as unique games. Why the name Harpies Bizarre? For the answer to that, and other common questions, see the FAQ at the bottom of this page. Frequent visitors can find out "what's new" in Updates, also on the cityscape below.


Continuum Update
 
A biography on Elizabeth Montgomery is available now. Twitch Upon a Star by Herbie J Pilato was published by Taylor Trade Publishing in November 2012. This hardcover book features rare photos and more than 450 pages chronicling the life of Elizabeth Montgomery.
 
After years of weekly "40 Years Ago..." posts as Dr. Bombay on our message board, David Pierce has partnered with BearManor Media (publisher of the ultimate Agnes Moorehead tome I Love the Illusion by Charles Tranberg) to produce The Bewitched History Book. This softcover book is a whopping 732 pages and ties events of the 1960s and 70s to the air dates of all 254 episodes of Bewitched. The book features colorful reviews of each episode, photos, an index, and the in-depth trivia that fans of Bewitched crave. The book has a retail price of $49.95 and is available for pre-order at www.bearmanormedia.com. If you are interested in getting a signed copy, you can coordinate that with the author through bewitchedhistorybook@gmail.com.
UPDATE: Now available for Kindle!
 
BEWITCHED: THE COMPLETE EIGHTH SEASON is available! Samantha casts her final spell via DVD in this series ending installment. The 4-disc DVD set contains 26 episodes. 
 

The Salem News reported on Bill Asher, Jr.'s trip to Salem, MA. This trip is the first time that Bill got to see the statue of his mother, Elizabeth Montgomery, as Samantha at Lappin Park. He had his young daughter, Makaela, with him. Although Makaela never got to meet her famous grandmother, you can tell by the look in her eyes in this photo that she was delighted and bewitched by the bronzed beauty.
Photo by Linsey Tait /www.salemnews.com

 

Elizabeth Montgomery received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The star is nestled into the sidewalk at 6533 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA as a testament to her excellence in movies and television. Her children Bill and Rebecca Asher accepted the honor on her behalf. Fellow actors, husband Robert Foxworth (Six Feet Under, Falcon Crest) and friend Liz Sheridan (Seinfeld), also spoke about her at the event. Despite the rain, the turnout was good for the event as family, friends, and fans from around the world gathered to watch the star be unveiled. Special acknowledgment goes to Greg Howell for coordinating the application effort for fans of Elizabeth Montgomery throughout the world and for Rebecca Asher for overseeing the ceremony and planning.
 
See Photos and Video from the ceremony!

 
Samantha in Salem
A bronze statue of Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha from Bewitched is stationed in Salem's Lappin Park, near the Salem Witch Museum. The dedication was attended by former cast members Kasey Rogers, Bernard Fox, and Erin Murphy, as well as Executive Producer Bill Asher. The tribute is sure to garner years of great photo opportunities for Bewitched fans, who fondly recall Salem as the backdrop of the first eight episodes of season seven.
See: The Lappin Park Statue
 
Dick York's long-awaited autobiography, The Seesaw Girl and Me: A Memoir, is available for order. This book is a memoir of York's life, in his own words, with the foreword written by his wife, Joan "Joey" York. The book is 256 pages and features 41 photos, some of which are family photos that have never been released before now.
 
The 2nd edition of Peter Alachi's Salem's Summer of Sam: On the Trail of Bewitched in Salem, 1970 is available for order. The book includes 40 pages + hard stock cover with more than 60 references, which follows the journey of the Bewitched cast through Salem, Gloucester, and Magnolia. Get behind the scenes look at Bewitched 7th season. Plenty of rare photos, material, and stories.
 
 
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The Power of Giving
 
Thank you to the staff at University of Southern California Medical Center for the treatment they provided to Kasey Rogers and continue to provide others going through similar battles with this terrible disease. Donations can be sent in memory of Kasey to:
Keck - USC/Norris Cancer Center
 
Kasey Rogers "Thank You" Video
Mark Wood assists Kasey in thanking her fans!
  - 12.6 MB  (Requires DivX codec)
 

 
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