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International Feature – Culture
Dancing with the Undead  Vancouver Sun

Haiti’s voodoo holiday, Jour des Morts, or Day of the Dead, is when the spirits of Ghede, which rule over death and fertility, make a pilgrimage to the world of living to possess believers.

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“Daylight doesn’t diminish the physical drama of being possessed by Ghede. Two young men are in the throes of possession, heads jerking back and forth like fighting cocks, circling, then crashing into one another, impervious to pain.”