- Against the Odds, A 40-Year Old West African Village in South Carolina Has Thrived
- An Orlando Sentinel article from 1987, titled “S. Carolina 'Voudou' Colony Unsettles Local Whites,” vividly describes the ritual slaughter of a chicken.
- A photographer's 20-year exploration of Haitian Voudou
- The first time I saw a Vodou ceremony I was thrilled. Now, after more than 20 years photographing in Haiti, I guess one could say that I am hooked on it.
- Objects of power: Haitian voudou symbols explored in WCA exhibition
- The Waterloo Center for the Arts has received $15,000 in Cultural Leadership Partner Operating Support funds from the Iowa Arts Council through the Iowa Dept. of Cultural Affairs.
- Constantine episode 5 review: Danse Voudou
- Danse Voudou also offers a formal introduction to Cedella, Papa Midnite's sister. He killed her and uses her skull to communicate with the underworld.
- How many have joined Marie Laveau in eternal slumber? Biographer says the
- But Laveau biographer Carolyn Morrow Long feels she has a handle on how many are in the tomb of the “Madame Widow Paris,” as the revered Voudou practitioner was known after the death of her husband Jacques Paris around 1925. “There are 84 in the ...
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