Enola Holmes, the famous American witch who claimed to have been the first witch in America, died in 1955, and her remains were never found.
The New York Times has learned that her body was never recovered and that her secret book was never discovered.
The only surviving copy of the book, entitled The Mystery of Enoch, is held by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Enola was a popular author of mystery fiction, but her true identity is not known.
Her first book, The Mystery Book of John the Baptist, was published in 1846.
Her second book, A Strange Mystery, was later published in 1861 and was a best seller.
In 1865, she married John Watson, a New Jersey native.
Holmes became known for her occultist theories, which have led to her being called a “witch whisperer.”
Holmes was born on May 2, 1825, in St. Louis, Missouri.
Her parents were both widowed.
She had no knowledge of witchcraft, and she later admitted that she had never read any of her own works.
Enoch was a famous author, but she never received a formal education, and the book she was supposed to have written never came out.
In the years before her death, Holmes was living in England.
Her family moved to England in 1851.
She married John Holmes in 1855, and he had a daughter, Mary.
She wrote the mystery books that made her famous, and Holmes wrote them in order to keep her spirits up.
Her writings became known as The Book of Secrets, and they contained many details about the occult and her past.
She would sometimes go into hiding, sometimes for years, until her death.
According to her daughter, Dorothy Holmes, Enoch lived at a convent near her hometown of Philadelphia.
In 1857, Holmes went into hiding at the convent and became a fugitive.
When she returned, she wrote her first book of mystery stories.
She then married Watson, and in 1859 they had a son.
Enloe Holmes died in London in 1860, and was buried in a grave in her hometown.
The mystery book, the last known written manuscript, is now owned by the ACLU.
It has not been made public.