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Trample on the dust of the Dead lightly...

This sentiment, held by old-time Hoodoos and traditional Rootworkers, is a subtle


reminder of the importance of observing certain behaviors while in a graveyard. Knock
before entering. e careful where you walk. Don!t step on graves or sit on tombstones.
"lways ask before taking anything--even stones, flowers, sticks and leaves. #ever leave
trash, always greet the gatekeeper and always come prepared with a pocket full of
pennies, silver dimes and a bottle of rum or whiskey. $rom practical issues of safety,
choosing a cemetery, locating ancestral graves, reading gravestone signs and symbols,
avoiding haints and hauntings, to gathering graveyard dirt and making goofer dust,
Workin' in da Boneyard has the information needed for working effective graveyard
con%ure, as well as words of caution for the ill-prepared.

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Workin' in da Boneyard
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