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Podcast Special – Hairy Men and Bloody Bones

October 5, 2012

SHOWNOTES FOR PODCAST SPECIAL – HAIRY MEN & BLOODY BONES

Summary
In our first Halloween storytelling episode, we look at two folktales: “WIley & the Hairy Man,” (as retold by Diane de las Casas) and “Raw Head & Bloody Bones” (as retold by S.E. Schlosser)

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Speical Episode – Hairy Men and Bloody Bones

Music
“Grifos Muertos” by Jeffery Luck Lucas, from his album What We Whisper, on Magnatune.com

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Podcast Special – Memphis Mojo

April 27, 2012

-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.

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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

Podcast Special – The Sullivan Looking Glass

October 14, 2011

-SHOWNOTES FOR PODCAST SPECIAL-

Summary
Our second October story is a tale of supernatural intrigue from Harriet Beecher Stowe entitled, “The Sullivan Looking Glass.”

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Download:  New World Witchery Special – The Sullivan Looking Glass

-Sources-
The Sullivan Looking Glass,” by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Promos & Music
“Grifos Muertos” by Jeffery Luck Lucas, from his album What We Whisper, on Magnatune.com

Podcast Special – Some Words with a Mummy

October 7, 2011

-SHOWNOTES FOR PODCAST SPECIAL-

Summary
This is the first of our 2011 October specials leading up to Halloween. Tonight, I’m reading “Some Words with a Mummy,” by Edgar Allan Poe.

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Download:  New World Witchery Special – Some Words with a Mummy

-Sources-
Some Words with a Mummy,” by Edgar Allen Poe.


Promos & Music
“Grifos Muertos” by Jeffery Luck Lucas, from his album What We Whisper, on Magnatune.com

Podcast Special – The Horned Women

May 3, 2010

-SHOWNOTES FOR SPECIAL – THE HORNED WOMEN-

Summary

A very short special in which Cory reads the fairy tale “The Horned Women,” then discusses a bit of the witchcraft in it.  Happy Walpurgisnacht/May Eve/Beltane everyone!

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Download:  New World Witchery – Podcast Special – The Horned Women

-Sources-

“The Horned Women,” from Fairy & Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry, by W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory.

Music

“Grifos Muertos” by Jeffery Luck Lucas, from his album What We Whisper, on Magnatune.com

Podcast Special – Witch Bottles

March 11, 2010

-SHOWNOTES FOR SPECIAL – WITCH BOTTLES-

Summary
This is the first of (hopefully) many mini-episode specials in which we’ll explore particular practical topics in American Witchcraft.  Today, we’re looking at the history, lore, and making of Witch Bottles.  Plus we’ll share our own experiences with them.

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Download:  New World Witchery – Podcast Special – Witch Bottles

-Sources-
*The Wikipedia entry on “witch bottles.”
*Apotropaios – An excellent site with scholarly history of many occult objects, including Witch Bottles.
*The Lucky Mojo page on “Bottle Spells” has lots of great information on the various kinds of magical bottle workings done around the world.
*The Appalachian History blog has an excellent entry on “Bottle Trees.”
*The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft, by Rosemary Ellen Guiley, has a good article on “witch bottles.”
*The Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells, by Judika Illes, is another tome with lots of magical information, including some on Witch Bottles.

Music
“Grifos Muertos” by Jeffery Luck Lucas, from his album What We Whisper, on Magnatune.com


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