My hoodoo mentor Earl Marlowe often used photographs in his conjuring. "To get a lover to return," he said, "you need to turn a photograph of them upside down for nine days. They'll come running back by the tenth day."

He also claimed that turning a photo upside down could cause someone to have a headache. "Upend their picture and say a rhyming chant and they'll double-up with head pain. Hammer a nail into it and they'll be screaming in agony."

He also insisted that you could drive someone insane by putting a their photo under a leak in the roof where the water can drip on it. "But if you wanna kill someone," he added, "you nail your victim's photograph to an evergreen tree and shoot at it for nine mornings. Either that or you bury their photo in the graveyard. When it fades the person dies."

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Author of the world’s #1 bestselling book on voodoo. Provides voodoo spellcasting services to clients around the world. Acknowledged as one of the foremost authorities on selling your soul to the Devil at the crossroads. Appeared on TV, radio, and media all over the globe.
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