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Hoodoo Halloween Blog Party: Day 2


I hope everyone enjoyed Day 1 of our Hoodoo Halloween, New Orleans-themed, haunted blog party! Be sure to stop by and check out the great posts from the first day. Thank you to everyone who joined the Halloween fun.

 And now onward to Day 2! I hope the Hoodoo Blog Party will add an extra bit of spookiness to your Halloween festivities! [Tweet this!]  Be sure to add the link to your blog post in the comments section at the bottom.

Now quick! Let’s duck into the New Orleans Voodoo Museum before it closes! Hoodoo is generally understood voodoo stripped of its religion, but I think there might be some information on hoodoo in the voodoo museum…

A voodoo altar in the Voodoo Museum

A voodoo altar in the Voodoo Museum

Ah, yes… Commercially made voodoo objects, such as gris-gris bags, charms, and hexes are considered hoodoo. Want to buy a voodoo doll? No? Then let’s head back to Bourbon Street. The bars are calling…

Absinthe may not have been invented in New Orleans, but this potent alcohol flavors many New Orleans classic cocktails, including the Absinthe Frappe.


About the Author

Kirsten Weiss is the author of Steam and Sensibility, a steampunk novel of suspense, and the Riga Hayworth series of paranormal mysteries: the urban fantasy, The Metaphysical DetectiveThe Alchemical DetectiveThe Shamanic DetectiveThe Infernal Detective and The Elemental Detective. Get her books on Amazon, Kobo, or Barnes & Noble. She’s currently working on book 6 in the Riga Hayworth series, The Hoodoo Detective.



    • I wanted to ask you about that, because you discuss Santeria quite a bit in your latest book. It sounds like you did a good bit of research. I’d love to interview you about it for PYN!

  1. lisacarlislebooks says

    I love any sort of spooky Halloween cocktail or food item. With all the mint growing in my yard, I’ll have to try this one.
    Halloween is my favorite time of year. This year will be extra exciting for me as I have a new release out–a paranormal romance, of course. 😉

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