- This article is about Hudson Rafferty, the character from Lifetime's Witches of East End series.
You were maybe looking for the character from Melissa de la Cruz' novels ; see Hudson Rafferty.
|Seasons:||1 • 2|
|Last seen:||When a Mandragora Loves a Woman|
|“||It's OK. I always knew there was magic in this world. I love being right.||”|
— Hudson's final words.
Hudson, Barb and Ingrid had been working together for a long time at the East End Public Library, and developed a friendly relationship all together. Hudson especially liked to tease Ingrid about her awkwardness with boys, such as with detective Adam Noble.
One day, when Barb came crying at work, Hudson and Ingrid learnt that her latest attempt at getting pregnant via IVF failed. Barb joked about using Ingrid's knowledge of the occult to cast a spell to make her pregnant, and if Ingrid and Hudson laughted it away, they later came around and thought they should do it, just for fun. The day after, Barb came back to the library and told Ingrid it had worked - that she was finally pregnant.
- Ingrid Beauchamp: Ingrid and Hudson were best friends and co-workers at the East End Public Library.
|Witches of East End: Season 1|
|Marilyn Fenwick, R.I.P.|
|Today I am a Witch|
|A few good talismen|
|A Parching Imbued|
|Oh, What a World!|
|Witches of East End: Season 2|
|A Moveable Beast|
|The Son Also Rises|
|The Old Man and the Key|
|The Brothers' Grimoire|
|When a Mandragora|
Loves a Woman
|Art of Darkness|
and Birthday Cake
|Smells Like King Spirit|
|The Fall of the|
House of Beauchamp
|Poe Way Out|
|Box to the Future|
|For Whom the Spell Tolls|
- I'm googling sex spells.
- — Hudson, seeing how efficient Ingrid's spells are.
- Ingrid, you are the most proper, rule-abiding person I know. I mean, you won't even take a library book home without officially checking it out...
- — Hudson's way of telling Ingrid she has no darkness inside her. [src]
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- In the novels, Hudson truly believes in Ingrid's magic and is fairly excited about opening a "witching hour" session every day at the library.
- Hudson doesn't die in the novels; he even gets married and Ingrid is his maid of honour.
|Witches of East End: Characters|
Killian Gardiner • Dash Gardiner • Frederick Beauchamp (S2)
Victor Beauchamp (S1-S2) • Hudson Rafferty (S1-S2) • Eva
Caroline • Ronan • William Hutton • Alma • Mathias