✯ Aunt Caroline Dye was a famous hoodoo woman or two-headed doctor who lived in Newport, Arkansas. A spiritualist as well as a root worker, for the crudely sketched aura around her head and the winged, dog-headed figure with its hand or paw on her right shoulder-like her name were drawn on the film negative - indicate that she maintained contact with other-worldly spirits. The standing figure may represent a "spirit guide" or the Devil's black dog one meets at the crossroads.✯ Rootwork Conjure Hoodoo, Aunts Caroline'S Dyes Book, Spirit Guide, African Hoodoo, Hoodoo Conjuring, Haunted, Conjuring Woman, Arkansas, Caroline Dyes
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Cora Lodencia Veronica Hatch Scott (1840–1923) was one of the best-known mediums of the Spiritualism movement of the last half of the 19th century. Most of her work was done as a trance lecturer, though she also wrote some books whose composition was attributed to spirit guides rather than her own personality.
Donna Axum (b. 1942) (Miss America 1964) Born in El Dorado, AR, Ms. Axum received her Master’s degree from the University of Arkansas in Speech and Drama (1968). She was the first Miss Arkansas to be crowned Miss America (1964) and authored The Outer You, The Inner You. Currently, Ms. Axum lives in Fort Worth, Texas. www.arkansaswomen...
Easter Island heads have bodies. The dirt and debris partially burying the statues was washed down from above and not deliberately placed there to bury, protect, or support the statues the statues were erected in place and stand on stone pavements.