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We Talked to a Witch Who Casts Viruses
Out of Computers With Magic
January 12, 2016 by Tracy Chabala - Motherboard.vice.com
"When nasty viruses infect the computers of folks up in Northern California, Reverend Joey Talley is on it.
“No problem is too small, too big, or too weird” is Talley’s motto. Sure, she can do a love spell, but she’d rather face off with ghosts and demons.."Click here for full article...
KCBS Interviews with Susan Kennedy
Meet Silicon Valley's Tech Witch
Thursday, July 30, 2015 - UnknownCountry.com
"California's Silicon Valley's tech gurus are famous for their technical problem-solving skills, but as we've all experienced, sometimes there's a ghost in the machine, that particular gremlin that no amount of tech support seems to exorcise. But tech companies know who to call, and it's a specialist with a seemingly unlikely skillset..."Click here for full article...
San Francisco techies are hiring this Wiccan witch to protect
their computers from viruses and offices from evil spirits
Nathan Mcalone, Jul. 17, 2015, 11:41 am - BusinessInsider.com
"Many people have had their computer or smartphone possessed by an evil demon — or at least that’s what it can feel like when some mysterious bug keeps causing an app to crash, or your phone keeps shutting off for no reason."
"But if you truly think your electronics have been invaded by an evil spirit, there's someone who will take your call — Reverend Joey Talley — a Wiccan witch from the San Francisco Bay Area who claims to solve supernatural issues for techies."Click here for full article...
Who solves Silicon Valley's biggest tech issues?
Cameron Faulkner, July 17, 2015 - World of tech
"Who ya gonna call for some hocus pocus?"
"Only in the San Francisco Bay Area is calling upon supernatural forces to troubleshoot your technology considered normal. Reverend Joey Talley, a Wiccan witch who lives just outside of Silicon Valley, stays plenty busy answering to the calls of the tech world's brightest to rid their computers and smartphones of "evil spirits."
"Talley will welcome any challenge for $200 per hour of service, like fixing an office alarm that just won't turn off due to being possessed by demons. SF Weekly talked with Talley who recounted helping a startup company in the Bay Area with just that issue. "I got the spirit out," said Talley. I love a happy ending."Click here for full article...
Fairfax Market Asks Witch to Leave
by Rob Rogers, Marin Independent Journal
After spending the past six summers giving free tarot readings beneath the redwood trees of Bolinas Park, the Rev. Joey Talley, the "Good Witch of West Marin," has come to think of herself as a part of the Fairfax Farmers Market.
Managers at the Marin Farmers Market see things differently. The organization, which operates eight farmers markets throughout the Bay Area, says Talley has never applied to work as a vendor or entertainer at the Wednesday night market, and they've asked her to leave.
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