"Picquery Condemns Voodoo Leniency"; The New York Ghost, 28 November 1926

Voodoo was a term used to refer to any of a group of related religious practises found chiefly in and around the Caribbean, particularly in Haiti and Louisiana, and also in West Africa (Benin and in the south of Togo).[1]

In the 28 November 1926 issue of The New York Ghost, Seraphina Picquery, President of MACUSA, was noted to have condemned "Voodoo leniency".


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