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BELIEVE OR NOT, THERE ARE MANY WOODOO RUMORS AROUND LOUISIANA. Actually I'm a person who believe and live real life, but I love to listen different stories all over the world . It's fun ..lol...want to share with you include the video we made it spectacular Mardi Gras time in New Orleans...Enjoy.

BELIEVE OR NOT, THERE ARE MANY WOODOO RUMORS AROUND LOUISIANA. Actually I'm A Person Who Believe And Live Real Life, But I Love To Listen Different Stories All Over The World . It's Fun ..lol...want To Share With You Include The Video We Made It Spectacular Mardi Gras Time In New Orleans...Enjoy.




And believe me I' truly scared whole things but next visit to New Orleans which it will be very soon, I will collect more information, might go whhoooo....! to her tomb too.


Known as the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans,

according to many eyewitness, this was a title Marie Laveau not only earned, but still has not relinquished. Rumor or not the crypt where she's buried St. Louis Cemetery #1 is believed it be the most HAUNTED cemetery in America. Visitors claim to have seen the ghost of the Voodoo Queen herself, inside the cemetery, walking around tombs, in her trademark turban, while whispering a Santeria Voodoo curse to disrespectful gawkers. If you visit her grave, you'll notice that people still leave offerings, candles, flowers, Voodoo dolls, all in the hopes that Laveau will bestow her supernatural blessings. When people make a wish at her tomb, they return if their wish comes true and leave three X marks as a sign of their gratitude.

So, who was the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans? How did a freeborn Creole woman rise to become one of the most powerful, influential and feared women in 19th century Louisiana? Here's the truth behind the legend...

Slave ships from West Africa first brought Voodoo to Louisiana. Practicioners knew which plants and herbs could heal and which could bring about hallucinations, sickness, and death.



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BELIEVE OR NOT, THERE ARE MANY WOODOO RUMORS AROUND LOUISIANA. Actually I'm a person who believe and live real life, but I love to listen different stories all over the world . It's fun ..lol...want to share with you include the video we made it spectacular Mardi Gras time in New Orleans...Enjoy.

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