Joey Talley works with computers, but she's not your ordinary, everyday IT geek. Ms. Talley, or rather the Reverend Talley, is a practicing witch (Wiccan). She's available to assist you if your computer has problems that can't be solved with the usual sorts of intervention that the denizens of, say, Tech Support normally provide. The Rev. Talley notes that weirdness emanating from your basic PC or Apple could very well be the result of a virus, and she can assist by clearing it out. Or, she says, it might be demons. Regardless of the cause, she's willing to try to help out. How does she do that, you ask? She might use a direct approach with stones such as amethysts or jet (by setting them on the affected device), she might use the powers of her mind, or she might cleanse the area around the computer by burning herbs (sage). She notes that often her customers are a little skittish about approaching her, or about advertising the fact that they've consulted her. Completely understandable.
Does she get results? It's not clear to me from the interview she did here with Motherboard what her success rate is, exactly.
Interestingly, in this interview with SF Weekly, Rev. Talley discloses that she also provides assistance with "legal" matters. She can "cast spells" to "divert" the plaintiff or that person's attorney (only plaintiffs--are defendants immune--or does she only work with defense firms)? By the way, she charges $200 an hour.
I do have to say that given the odd behavior that I've seen sometimes in my own PCs, iPods, and other devices, sometimes I think that something unnatural has overtaken them. So, it could be actual little devils. Or it could be the little devils I live with. The felines could be resetting the operating systems while I'm at work (or stuffing fur in all the little slots). Maybe I should install a CatCam.
[Yes, I'm looking at you. What did you do with the mouse?]