My ungodly book speaks to you. On All Hallows Eve, when the moon is round, a virgin will summon us from under the ground! [laughs with a bit of glee] We shall be back, and the lives of all the children of Salem will be mine! BoooOOOOOOOOOOOOK!!!
Who: Winifred Sanderson
Source: Hocus Pocus
Note: The first line is spoken by Winifred in 1693, when she and the other sisters, Sarah and Mary, with nooses around their necks, read their magic book, and she prophesies that a virgin (i.e., Max Denison, a young teenage boy who hasn't had sexual relationships) will light the Black Flame Candle in order to raise them up from the dead; after her prophecy, they are hanged. 300 years later, Max inadvertently resurrects them by lighting the candle, whose powers eventually last until dawn. After Max, his sister Dani, and their friends fend off the sisters until dawn, they eventually end up in a cemetery in Salem, where Max knocks Winnie off onto hallowed ground. Just as she is about to steal his life, she notices that dawn is approaching, then sees that the hallowed ground she is standing on is turning her to stone. She says the second line to call out for her magic book before turning into stone completely, after which the sunlight evaporates her and the other sisters into dust.