Salem, Massachusetts - Halloween has come and gone, but the feud between a witch and a warlock landed in Salem, MA District Court, appropriately enough, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.

Lori Sforza, one of the few witches left in Salem where the original witch trials were held in the 17th Century, won a protective order against Christian Day, the self-described "world's best-known warlock."  She says he has been harassing her with late night phone calls for years.

Sforza and Day own competing occult goods shops in Salem.  They were in business together for a number of years before Sforza decided to go into business for herself.  That's when the troubles started.

Day says he will appeal the court's decision ensuring that a new round of Salem Witch Trials will be held there.