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Hexed: Radio morning show hires witch to curse Cleveland's former King

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Rover, host of the syndicated Rover's Morning Glory program hired a witch to place a curse on Miami Heat star LeBron James the morning of the Heat's season opener, Tuesday, October 26. Rover says the curse is payback for the insensitive, pompous way James abandoned the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The witch, Samhain and assistant witch Lady Magick used bones, blood, and James' Miami Heat jersey to place a hex on the star live on the air. Rover asked all Cleveland-area listeners of the show, which is based at 100.7 WMMS-FM, to simultaneously focus all their negative energy towards James during the ceremony.

"A broken leg, hand or other debilitating injury would be the best outcome," says Rover. "At the very least a sordid sexual misconduct accusation against LeBron would be alright I suppose."

LeBron James was widely criticized for the way in which he declared his departure from the Cavaliers, announcing it on a live television broadcast on ESPN titled The Decision.

"The city of Cleveland has been cursed for decades with losing sports franchises," notes Rover. "Now we're going on the offensive to curse others. It may not help our teams win, but it will sure make us feel better."

The last time a major league Cleveland sports team won a championship was in 1964 when the Cleveland Browns won the NFL Championship. In 2004 ESPN named Cleveland the most tortured sports city in America.

Here are some links to the witch's websites:

www.psychicsamhain.com

www.ladymagick.com

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