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Ira Lefkoff
Biographical information

Deceased, murdered by fear spell

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Home in Chicago, Illinois, USA (formerly)

Mount Dora, Florida, USA (formerly, at death)


Around 44 (during his time in Chicago, Illinois as an Hershey's representative)

77 (at death)

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Personal information
Capacity for magic

No, Folk


Henrietta Lefkoff (sister)

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Chronological and political information

Candy sales representative (formerly)
Retired (formerly)


FBI agent (formerly)
Candy sales representative for Hershey's in Chicago, Illinois (formerly)
Retired (formerly)
Owner of the house that now houses Alivan's Wizards and Witches Corner Store
Convicted of murder and imprisoned (formerly, framed)

First appearance

Interview for a Wizard (mentioned)

Ira Lefkoff was a Folk man who used to live in the house is now the home of Alivan's Wizards and Witches Corner Store in Mount Dora, and who Raven Claw framed for his murders in Mount Dora three years before Jesse Alexander came to the town to work in Alivan's.Chicago,[1] Ira Lefkoff was the older[1] brother of Henrietta Lefkoff, who also lives in Mount Dora.[2] Before living in Mount Dora, Ira Lefkoff was a candy sales representative for Hershey's in Chicago,[1] while in his youth, Lefkoff worked as an agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigations where he was put on a secret assignment with the agent Philip Fabiano, to infiltrate and steal the Sorcerer's Secret from the Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers.[2]



In his youth, Ira Lefkoff worked as an agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigations. At one point, Ira Lefkoff was put on a top secret mission, being partnered up with the agent Philip Fabiano, with the task of infiltrating a secret underground criminal Wizardry organization called the Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers and stop them from undermining the American economic system by stealing from them two powerful magical items, the Midas Elixir and the Nostradamus Medallion, also known as the Sorcerer's Secret.[2]

Working as a candy sales rep

Ira Lefkoff worked thirty-five years as a candy sales representative for Hershey's in Chicago before retiring and moving to Mount Dora in Florida at the age of 77. He moved into the house that would later become the home of Alivan's Wizards and Witches Corner Store.

Life in Mount Dora

Being framed for murder

While living there six strange deaths started occurring outside his home at the bus stop with an interval of six months, all dying from fear due to heart attacks. These deaths were caused by a dark wizard named Raven Claw, who experimenting with a spell that could cause death to victims from fear, began murdering people outside Lefkoff's home at the bus stop. Finally he planted evidence inside Lefkoff's house in order to frame the old man. When the police finally searched Lefkoff's house they the found evidence which showed Lefkoff was apparently obsessed with fright tactics. Investigators found articles, movies and journal descriptions of how he had committed the murders and arrested the old man.

Murder of Ira Lefkoff

The families and friends of the victims were satisfied with the jury's deliberation, however Lefkoff testified that he did not commit any of the accused crimes. He repeatedly vocalized that he was framed. Ira Lefkoff was found later that afternoon dead in his cell. An autopsy report revealed that Ira Lefkoff suffered a heart attack and died from fear. The story of the murders and Ira's conviction was reported in an issue of the local Mount Dora Newspaper, but to this day his innocence is not known by the Folk who live in the city.[1]

Interview for a Wizard

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

The Sorcerer's Secret

Physical appearance







  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Areces, J.A.. Interview for a Wizard. Areces Miami, Florida. February 22, 2014.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Areces, J.A.. The Sorcerer's Secret. Areces Miami, Florida. March 1, 2021.

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