Voodoo woman worked her roots to delay a train coming into the station…

Can you really stop a train with the power of voodoo? Well, back in old Mississippi, a young African American guy took the train over to see the daughter of a voodoo conjure woman. The girl that had won his heart lived about a mile from the station and the young guy had to catch the eight o’clock train back to town.

He was head-over-heels in love with the girl. Because of this, when eight o’clock came he had forgotten all about leaving until the train blew for the station.

The girl’s mom – the voodoo woman – poked her head around the door and said: “You want to catch that train, don’t you?”

“I sure do,” said the young guy. “But the train is already in the station. I missed it by a mile.”

“Well, don’t you bother none,” said the voodoo woman. “I’ll hold it back twenty minutes.”

With that, the voodoo woman cast a charm using roots and potions. Sure enough, the train pulled in twenty minutes late – even though it had already blown for the station.

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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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