|Name||Charles John Huffam Dickens|
|Other Names||"Boz", "The Inimitable"|
|Age (Circ. 2012)||Unknown|
|Born||February 7, 1812|
|Died||June 9, 1970|
|Status (Circ. 2012)||Unknown|
|Relationships and Family|
|Partner(s)||Catherine Thomson Hogarth|
|Children||Charles Dickens, Jr. (son), Mary Dickens (daughter), Kate Perugini (daughter), Walter Landor Dickens (son), Francis Dickens (son), Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens (son), Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens (son), Henry Fielding Dickens (son), Dora Annie Dickens (daughter), Edward Dickens (son)|
Charles Dickens was a famous English writer of the nineteenth century. He knew Zephaniah, the Witch of Endor.
Charles Dickens is referenced in a memory of the Witch. She recalls being with him in his study during a thick fog. He writes the words Fog everywhere. Fog up the river. Fog down the river. Fog creeping...fog lying...fog drooping...fog in the eyes and throats....
- It is possible that this fog was caused by the Witch of Endor with her mastery of Air Magic
- The words Charles writes are from his novel Bleak House.