I did some Googling on tonight's holiday and found something interesting:http://longforgottenhauntedmansion.blogspot.com/2010/06/which-witch.html
Apparently, this was from DisneyLand in Japan, from the Haunted Mansion. This witch was called the Witch of Walpurgis. one of the so-called Sinister 11, the portraits who used to watch you as you passed down the hall at WDW (and they still do at Tokyo). Now the eleven are scattered around inside the WDW Mansion, and the Witch of Walpurgis hangs in the load area. Like the others, her eyes are no longer the concave, half-a-ping-pong-ball type that follow you. That's her second demotion, you might say. Originally, she was going to be a changing portrait.
But let's not get ahead of ourselves. What she really represents is the middle ground that Marc Davis could not find, somewhere between the cartoon witches of Halloween decor and the scary, Black-Sabbat-attending witches of Western imagination, still considered very numerous and very real until the 18th century or so. When Davis began kicking around the idea of witches in the HM, one direction he tried out was the "realistic" one. His original concept painting for the Walpurgis Witch features some curious differences from the finished version above. For one thing, her head was originally going to turn into a goat's head.
So I had a theory of this, could she be the very first magical girl to become a witch? What caused her and the rest of the magical girls to become a witch? Was it her hatred of human kind? I know the original Walpurga was a missionary and a nun, but I wonder… what made her become evil? Was her goat head showing the hatred of human kind? Feel free to post some theories on here.