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[[Fabletown |[[File:Witching_well.jpg|thumb]]Fabletown citizens]] threw dead Fables down the Witching Well to ensure they did not come back to life. They did not realize that those who were thrown down the Witching Well never moved on but were stuck down there. King Ambrose, on his way through the Witching Well to [[the Homelands]], took all Fables who wished to come out of the Witching Well and to [[Haven]].
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[[File:Witching_well.jpg|thumb]][[Fabletown|Fabletown citizens]] threw dead Fables down the Witching Well to ensure they did not come back to life. They did not realize that those who were thrown down the Witching Well never moved on but were stuck down there. King Ambrose, on his way through the Witching Well to [[the Homelands]], took all Fables who wished to come out of the Witching Well and to [[Haven]].
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==The Fable==
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The Witching Well is supposed to be all the unnamed magical wells in tales.<ref name="clockwork q 8">[http://www.clockworkstorybook.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=86&start=140 Clockwork Storybook: Questions, questions, questions - Page 8]</ref>
 
==Notes and References==
 
==Notes and References==
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*Willingham liked that giving the well the name "Witching Well" sounded a lot like "Wishing Well"<ref name="clockwork q 8"/>
 
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Witching well
Fabletown citizens threw dead Fables down the Witching Well to ensure they did not come back to life. They did not realize that those who were thrown down the Witching Well never moved on but were stuck down there. King Ambrose, on his way through the Witching Well to the Homelands, took all Fables who wished to come out of the Witching Well and to Haven.

The FableEdit

The Witching Well is supposed to be all the unnamed magical wells in tales.[1]

Notes and ReferencesEdit

  • Willingham liked that giving the well the name "Witching Well" sounded a lot like "Wishing Well"[1]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Clockwork Storybook: Questions, questions, questions - Page 8
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