Like love, daemons crop up in unusual places. Take the origins of the daemons of Verrine and Verrier, both traditional Daemonolaters associate with the month of November.
In the early 1600s, the hunt for witches which was sweeping Europe had yet to grip France, but a seventeen-year-old girl named Madeleine would soon change that. Madeleine de Demandolx de la Palud had not done well during her time at an Ursuline nunnery and was sent home to her parents due to a bout of depression. During her recovery, she grew close to a friend of the family, Father Louis Gaufridi—so close the two became lovers.