Podcast Special – Memphis Mojo

-SHOWNOTES FOR PODCAST SPECIAL – MEMPHIS MOJO

Summary
In this episode, Cory takes you along with him on a trip to Memphis, Tennessee, to discover that city’s magical and mystical side.

Play:
Download: New World Witchery Special – Memphis Mojo

-Sources-
Places:
Ebbo Spiritual Supply
Tater Red’s on Beale St.
A. Schwab’s on Beale St.
The Center for Southern Folklore
The Crystal Grotto at the Memorial Park Cemetery

Information:
Nation Sack” from Lucky Mojo Curio Co. by Catherine Yronwode
Voodoo Village” from Haunted America Tours

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-Music-
Memphis Minnie: “Hoodoo Lady Blues
Robert Johnson: “Come on in My Kitchen
Marideth Sisco & Blackberry Winter: “Cold, Rain, & Snow,” and “On a Hill Lone & Gray
Blind Mississippi Morris: “Mysterious Woman Blues

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4 Comments on “Podcast Special – Memphis Mojo”

  1. Emma Nolan Says:

    I love your podcast, it’s introduced to a different type of witchcraft than I had been doing. I hope you continue.

  2. Leslie Says:

    This is probably one of my favorite episodes. I have visited Memphis several times and being a TN native, hold the mysteries of the city dear. Tennessee has such a wide range of spirituality and I love that you are knowledgeable about them and continue to educate us as well as learn yourself. I love the podcast! I get very excited to see it pop up on my podcast downloads.


  3. Loved this episode. I was very glad that you decided to record a lot of what you did while there, instead of relating back to us after getting back home. It was a nice touch. Inspiring!

  4. Chet (White Hall, MD) Says:

    Awesome episode Cory. I was listening while sitting on my back deck late Sat. evening and it was cool, lightly raining and very dark (except for my candle lantern). Perfect!


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