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I have heard very strange things about the AR area too, but just in the sense that the people there are strange fruit.
Haitian creole forms of Vodou exist in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, parts of Cuba, the United States, and other places that Haitian immigrants dispersed to over the years. However, it is important to note that the Vodun religion (separate from Haitian Vodou) existed in the United States, having been brought over by West Africans enslaved in America, specifically from the Ewe
Originally posted by jeanne75018
Originally posted by Psychopump
Originally posted by nina.
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Wow, that is weird...especially when they got a cab to suddenly take you home. Do you know if anyone else saw things like that?
No, unfortunately I have never heard of anyone speak of anything like this.
I was hesitant to speak to people in Holland about this as I was very aware of a chinese organized crime syndicate in the area, and was quite afraid of the repercussions if I were to talk about it.
It's very strange because smoking opium doesn't provoke visions or hallucinations.
Originally posted by Mintwithahole.
Wow! I thought it was only me that got some morbid thrill wandering around old abandoned buildings and cemeteries. They say that old buildings echo to the noise of their past? Near my home there is a huge old coaching inn which stands alone on a hilltop. The type of building that has secret staircases and doors which open onto corridors which lead to nowhere. I've actually got lost while wandering around in there!
"Now I know I'm not the only one who enjoys this pastime I feel vindicated. "