GRANDMA HOODOO & ZOMBIE JOHN


GRANDMA HOODOO & ZOMBIE JOHN GRANDMA HOODOO & ZOMBIE JOHN GRANDMA HOODOO & ZOMBIE JOHN

GRANDMA HOODOO & ZOMBIE JOHN


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Grandma Hoodoo was tiny, frail and very old, yet she was the most feared woman in the Bayou. She was skilled in the black arts. Her given name had been forgotten long ago and replaced by the now infamous matronly moniker. The dead were her children. Using ritual incantation and her own brand of primitive biochemistry, she could nurture cold corpses into mindless beasts of burden. Grandma Hoodoo literally ran a plantation of reanimated farmhands that tended contraband crops. The harvest was then sold to blackmarketeers, a deadly business that required the protection of undead soldiers. When Granny finally passed, her "children" began to wander aimlessly into the neighboring villages. One by one they were cornered and cremated. Grandma Hoodoo's morbid offspring were reduced to ashes, but their legend continues to stumble in the night on ragged, bloody feet.

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