The Witch Who Was Hidden in my House, is the eyewitness account of Apostle Willie Mae Smith's harrowing experience as a person attacked by supernatural forces used to sabotage her marriage, rattle her mind, and ultimately to take her life. Through this account, Willie Mae Smith reveals how her Mother-in-Law is used as an instrument of evil to prevent the one thing the enemy despises the most, salvation. Willie Mae Smith delves into the supernatural world; unfolding the lengths the Devil will go to stop the salvation of one person, her husband. In sharing her account, she also imparts invaluable information gleaned from her ordeal, which helps anyone under the attack of Satan. In addition, Willie Mae Smith realizes her relationship with God has been strengthened immensely, and that her marriage was a part of God's master design, to save the soul of her husband. Willie Mae Smith was raised in Blackville, South Carolina town, in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Willie Mae Smith attended Dry Branch Elementary School and Macedonia High School. Following graduation from high school, she left home and moved to New York City where she found employment and continued her education in vocational training. Later, she met and married her husband with whom she had three children. Willie Mae Smith also continued her formal education at Midland Technical College, and she managed to engage in some travel around the East Coast of the United States as well as overseas. Today, she is a grandmother with six grandchildren. Willie Mae Smith has been a widow for two years and a Minister for sixteen. She is an evangelist and prophet and shall continue evangelizing and prophesizing until the Second Coming of theLord.