"The witch's journey is a walk of wisdom collected over the years, Phoebe. Wisdom gives us power. Power frightens the fearful and the ignorant."
—Eva to Phoebe.[src]

Eva was a witch and midwife that lived during the 17th century in Colonial Virginia. She and her coven took in a mortal woman named Charlotte Warren who gave birth to powerful witch, Melinda Warren.


When the mortal Charlotte became pregnant with a baby girl prophesied to be a very powerful witch, the first witch, then known as Isabel, gave her a pendant in the shape of the triquetra which would lead her to Eva.

Unfortunately, in the midst of labor, Charlotte was kidnapped by the evil witch, Ruth Cobb, who desired to take the baby and raise her to be evil. Eva and her coven channeled the power of All Hallow's Eve to bring the most powerful good witches of all time to rescue her. When the Charmed Ones arrived to her time, they attempted to rescue Charlotte and failed because the sisters didn't have their powers in the past. During the escape, Eva was shot in the arm.

After they returned to the coven's hideout, Eva believed the sisters to be frauds because they had no powers. When her fellow witches wanted to cauterize Eva's wound, the sisters stopped them and treated her with their modern knowledge. Eva believed that protecting the baby was her destiny so she taught the Charmed Ones to tap into the essence of natural magic in order to save her. Upon Charlotte's rescue, she gave birth to Melinda Warren, the first witch born into the Warren family of witches, which would culminate in the arrival of the Charmed Ones. Eva and Charlotte watched when a vortex pulled the sisters back to their own time.

Powers and Abilities[]

Basic Powers
  • Spell Casting: The ability to cast spells and perform rituals.
  • Potion Brewing: The ability to brew potions.
  • Scrying: The ability to locate a person or object by the use of a scrying crystal and a map.
  • Mediumship: The ability to see and commune with spirits of the dead.



Eva appeared in a total of 1 episodes during the course of the series.