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Caribbean Folklore & Traditions


Caribbean Folklore & Traditions

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The #Haunted Caribbean - #Paranormal Documentary - YouTube

Amazon.com: Guyana Legends: Folk Tales of the Indigenous Amerindians (9781465356697): Odeen Ishmael: Books

How to Write Your Own Caribbean Folktale: Anancy Festival, 2012 | Geoffrey Philp, author of Bob Marley and Bradford's iPod

Lajabless is said to be the bride of the devil. According to the folklore of Trinidad and Tobago, this demon appears to her male victims as a beautiful young woman who is lost on the road. Her long dress hides the fact that she has one human foot and one cow’s hoof. She casts spells on her victims to lead them into the forest, then disappears. The man, confused, lost and scared, runs around the forest until he falls into a ravine or river to his death.

Sail Tauk | Lajabless

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Based on Caribbean folklore, the Devil Woman roams at night.

Grenada's Dive Sites

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La Diablesse (pronounced la jablesse, 'French for "Devil Woman") is a short film depicting Caribbean folklore. Produced by Brad Court. Directed by Jason Roger Phillips. Written by Fredric Nyholm & Jason Roger Phillips. Music composed & performed by Dennis Gonzales. Photography by Richard Narramore. Starring Sandhya Nand as La Diablesse.

Anansi the Spider by Bahar Kara, via Behance - one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean folklore.

Traditional Carnival - Jab Jab

Finding My Own Way... by Olivia Fern., via Behance

Grenada, West Indies: Jab Jab J'Ouvert Carnival

Jab Jab by Kwesi Marcano, via Behance Blue Devil Mas