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Marie LaveauMarie Laveau 1794?-1881 and 1827-1897. The most renowned voodoo queen in North America was actually a mother and daughter. Their appeal was their magical powers, control of one’s lovers and enemies, and sex. Marie I was a most powerful women who was told all the secrets by women and was able to use these to increase her powers. Marie II was feared more and inspired subservience

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Tomb of Marie Laveau, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans

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Tomb Of Marie Laveau

Marie Laveau's resting place, New Orleans - Marie Catherine Laveau was a Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voodoo renowned in New Orleans. Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, also practiced Voudoun, as well as Voodoo. She and her mother had great influence over their multiracial following. Photo by Heather Mitchell - Jan 22, 2012 via Picasa #NewOrleans

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Angela Bassett as the real-life 19th century voodoo priestess, Marie Laveau. American Horror Story: Coven

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Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo

Marie Laveaus House of Voodoo, New Orleans

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The Ghost Of Marie Laveau

Marie Laveau, the enchantress-muse for #Voodoo Vision: House of Spirits, my new novel ~ on Amazon.

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Marie Laveau (by Francine Prose). A favorite novel about a favorite Person. There's good magic in it.

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8 Haunted Houses in New Orleans That Will Scare Your Pants Off

The Old Absinthe House, whose 200-year-old bar is famous for its enchantment-inducing cocktails, is haunted by famous customers who used to party there, such as Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, Andrew Jackson, and Jean Lafitte. Bottles, glasses, and chairs have been seen moving around the bar and doors opening and closing on their own.

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