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Slim King
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Possibly one of the coolest lists I've ever read...
http://www.luckymojo.com/blues.html#topics
THE MAN THE SKEPTICS REFUSE TO TEST FOR ONE MILLION DOLLARS.. The Worlds Foremost Authority on Houdini's Life after Death.....
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Very cool Slim! Here is a small excerpt from one of the many pages of information on the site that might interest you all:


“THE CROSSROADS IN HOODOO MAGIC and THE RITUAL OF SELLING YOURSELF TO THE DEVIL

The crossroads -- a place where two roads cross at or about at right angles, otherwise known as "the forks of the road" -- is the subject of religious and folkloric belief all around the world. Because the crossroads is land that belongs to no one, a place outside the borders of town, it is considered a suitable site to perform magical rituals and cast spells. The use of the crossroads as an impromptu altar where offerings are placed and rituals performed is widely encountered in both European and African folklore”
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On Aug 31, 2019, Lo Pan wrote:
Very cool Slim! Here is a small excerpt from one of the many pages of information on the site that might interest you all:


“THE CROSSROADS IN HOODOO MAGIC and THE RITUAL OF SELLING YOURSELF TO THE DEVIL

The crossroads -- a place where two roads cross at or about at right angles, otherwise known as "the forks of the road" -- is the subject of religious and folkloric belief all around the world. Because the crossroads is land that belongs to no one, a place outside the borders of town, it is considered a suitable site to perform magical rituals and cast spells. The use of the crossroads as an impromptu altar where offerings are placed and rituals performed is widely encountered in both European and African folklore”

The story is that one of the Johnson Brothers .. Of the Blues legend Robert Johnson family.. Sold his soul to the devil. The crossroad is real and I've been there .. It also said that a graveyard is a crossroad .. and there is a graveyard nearby.
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Cool! I’d like to visit one day
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