There are a few different ways for a person to become famous after their death. For instance, some create marvellous masterpieces that only get recognized years after the artist’s death. Or let’s take the American writer Henry Darger, who became popular only when his fantasy manuscript was discovered two decades after his death.

The woman, that this article is about, also became well-known only after her passing. Though her story is quite a unique one.

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The witch named Holly Blair became famous because of the wonderful obituary that was written for her

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Holly’s obituary went absolutely viral, and now thousands of people who didn’t know her feel bummed for not knowing her while she was alive.

The obituary we’re talking about is absolutely wonderfully witchy. From the very beginning to the very last word.

“Holly Blair exploded into glitter and bats on Aug. 17, 2020”

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“Holly Blair exploded into glitter and bats on Aug. 17, 2020. She is survived by four spoiled cats, two stinky dogs, three bad birds, a turtle, and an utterly useless frog named Fred, as well as three children and a husband of little to no importance. Her remains will be interred under a tree with the ridiculous multitude of animals she rescued, both wild and domestic,” the obituary reads.

“She has also promised to communicate with us from the beyond via the cockatiel psyche”

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“Her future plans include drinking beer with Terry Pratchett and flying across the moon on her broomstick on Halloween. She has also promised to communicate with us from the beyond via the cockatiel psyche. We ask that everyone carve extra jack-o’-lanterns on Halloween this year in her honor. All hail the wicked witch of Juniper Road!” it reads.

Holly’s memorial page also includes a few majestic picture edits

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Many people, who didn’t even know Holly in real life, went on her memorial page to leave some nice messages in memory of her.

“I never had the pleasure of meeting this glorious woman, but I will be sure to carve a pumpkin in her honor this year. My deepest condolences to her surviving family and animals,” someone wrote on her memory wall.

“This is the most amazing tribute I have ever read,” someone wrote

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It truly seems like Holly was a one-of-a-kind person

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And here are some more comments that this witchy obituary has received