Sarah Jessica Parker appeared on a recent episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?” to have her roots traced. By ‘roots’, I am not referring to a) regrowth or b) Mathew Broderick. Instead, I refer here, to her family history, where it was revealed that her 10th great-grandmother Esther Ellwell, was one of the innocent victims accused of witchcraft in the 1692 Salem trials.
Parker was relieved to discover that her relo narrowly avoided being burnt at the stake after the witchcraft trial court disbanded, just weeks before her hearing.
The 44-year-old who coincidentally plays a witch in the 1993 movie Hocus Pocus, later admitted that she has been deeply changed by the discoveries.
I suppose we’ve all found a bit of clarity too. If it has ever bugged you how SJP can look moderately attractve one minute; and like she could haunt a house the next, then you can now breath easy.
Sure, she’s topped Maxim’s ugliest women list, (winning by a nose), but for fear of future night- sweats and seven years of bad luck, we should probably stop messing with her.
Via The Daily Mail.