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Southern Gothic


Sep 29, 2020

On September 30, 1915 a vicious hurricane made its way through Southeastern Louisiana leaving almost 375 people dead and entire communities destroyed. One such town was the small farming community of Frenier, where a legend has since entered local lore with the claim that this particular’y gruesome storm was brought on by the curse of a local Voodoo priestes named Julia Brown.

This episode of Southern Gothic revisits a topic previously released on the podcast.  To hear the original episode "The Lost City of Frenier" join us on Patreon for access to our archives!

Additional resources from this episode: The Day Time Stood Still: The Hurricane of 1915 by Wayne Norwood

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