New Orleans Daily Picayune Story

| Thursday, June 26, 2008 | |
New Orleans Daily Picayune Story Cover In a New Orleans Daily Picayune story, dated August 13, 1863, simply called, "A Snake Story", a young woman by the name of Susan Williams claims to have snakes inhabiting her belly. She alleges that she had become the victim of a Voodoo curse. She had gone to several Practitioners obtaining roots and herbs to rid her of the dreaded Serpent. The results of her endeavors were quite shocking. Rather than expel a snake from her belly she gave birth to a baby. She attributed the pregnancy to Witchcraft and "expressed her opinion that a child brought unto the breathing world would never come to good." In the morning the baby was dead. Ms. Williams died the following day in Charity hospital.

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