Hundreds of witches are being invited to take part in a record attempt for the biggest number ever gathered in one place.
The current world record stands at 765 but Jackie Juno, the Grand Bard of Exeter, Devon is planning to break it with an event commemorating all witches put to death.
No proof of witchcraft is required and black cats are an optional extra.
However, to qualify as a witch for the world record, you must wear a black pointy witch's hat, a black cloak and carry a broom.
Jackie, whose role is to uphold and maintain the ancient tradition of the Bardic Chair, said: "There will be a short wreath-laying ceremony to remember the last three women killed for witchcraft in Exeter.
"They were held in terrible conditions before being hanged. We will also remember all those before them who were killed accused of witchcraft.
"We will then attempt to break the world record for the amount of witches gathered in one place - this currently stands at 765."
Men witches are also welcome to the attempt which is planned for August 31 in Rougemont Gardens.