To be honest I do not know how much truth there is to this story, but the event was photographed and either way it is an intriguing one. Ironically some of the Nazi leadership would have probably been interested in this.
“On the wet windy evening of January 22, a youthful band of idealists went to a lonely cabin in the Maryland woods.”
Thus begins one of the odder stories LIFE magazine ever published—a straightforward, tongue-nowhere-near-cheek account of a 1941 “hex party” convened with one aim in mind: “to kill Adolf Hitler by voodoo incantation.” According to LIFE magazine, the party featured “a dressmaker’s dummy, a Nazi uniform, nails, axes, tom-toms and plenty of Jamaica rum,” and was inspired by a book by occultist and writer William Seabrook that was popular at the time: Witchcraft: Its Power in the World Today.
Witchcraft or no witchcraft, these Nazi-haters knew how to party.
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