The White King of La Gonave
WHEN the facile pen of William B. Seabrook brought forth The Magic Isle with its weird tales of African superstition and voodoo ceremonies in the mountains of Haiti many readers in the United States got many a thrill from these mystery tales of the strange superstitions and rites of savage sorcery brought from the wilds of Africa years ago by the slave ancestors of the present Haitians and still practiced today in various forms in Haiti, and even in our own southern states.
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