Rockwood Ontario residents claim voodoo drums and witchfraft along Guleph Line
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Between Ebeneezer Church and the Street Car Museum lies a quiet stretch of Guelph Line, or is it? Just prior the Labour Day weekend local residents were again telling tales of strange voodoo drums ringing through the nights, haunting cries and other nefarious sounds, “They have some sort of voodoo camp going on up there” says John Devoe, who works at the local grocery store, “Every summer its the same thing, they come in here looking for food and liquor during the day, then its off to their barbaric rites”. Residents say its no doubt the work of warlocks and witches summoning spirits from the areas Underground Railroad legacy. LCBO employee Betty Green, who lives on Guelph Line says she heard it too, “went all night long, voodoo drums and strange songs, creeps me out!”. Residents have been on high alert following several suspicious fires, and these haunting voodoo drums are not helping. Brian Glass, a town elder and historian has a different view saying, “There's a history of witchcraft in those hills above the road, as long as they ain’t hurting no one let them witch”. Have you heard the strange drums on Guelph Line? I think I heard some drums.