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Marie Laveau: The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans

By far the most well-known and popular true American voodoo legend that is still told today is the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau. Born free in the French Quarter of New Orleans on September 10, 1794, she was the daughter of two free persons of color, both biracial, one of whom was Creole. 560 more words

American Horror Story

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The Three Rings are Commitment, Cooperation, and Knowledge.
The Aerialist in the first ring is Levitation.
The Elephant in the second ring is Glasses.
The Clown in the third ring is Voodoo.

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Voodoo Love Song, Chapter 10 (i)

Still cold here.  But still nice and warm in Chapter 10.  If you’re reading along or have already read it, I hope you’ll take a few minutes to express an opinion… 721 more words


Rogue - Voodoo Doughnut

Another great collaboration between Portland’s Rogue and Voodoo Doughnut, I was able to get my hands on their Lemon Chiffon Crueller Ale.  Talk about sweet – this was literally like drinking a doughnut, more than any of their other collaborations, in my opinion. 113 more words

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Patty Reed’s Doll

Patty, eight years old, was traveling to California in 1846 with her family and other pioneers, a group known to history as the Donner Party. 2,143 more words

Voodoo Love Song, Chapter 9 (iii)

The constant treading of bare feet on the dirt floor had created a thick dust cloud that, with the smell of the burning rooster, choked the air, as the dancers grew more frenzied. 845 more words


The Disney Dilemma: My Adventures in New Orleans (Disney Post 6)

On Friday, February 27, I traveled to New Orleans with my Disney-themed Honors English class in order to study the “Disneyfication” of the city and provide a basis for the comparison of its commercialization and representation in recent Disney films. 988 more words

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