Due to unforeseen circumstances Ghost Legends: Robert Johnson is delayed in production and will be released as soon as possible.
Three paranormal teams, with special permission by Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum, perform one of the most thorough paranormal investigations of all time. Will Bonnie and Clyde communicate? If so will they answer the questions of remorse and pregnancy? Are the markers actually in the exact spot where they were ambushed?
Louisana’s most famous Creole practitioner of New Orlean’s style Voodoo was Marie Catherine Laveau, also known as Marie Laveau I. Her daughter, who many said looked exactly like her, was known as Marie Laveau II and assisted in her mother’s legends. Marie Laveau and her daughter’s name and history have been surrounded by lore and legend for over a hundred years. Is it possible to separate facts from fiction? Is she actually buried in cemetery 1? If she is able to communicate beyond the grave, what would she say?
Due to unforeseen circumstances this video is currently in production and will be released at a later date.
Robert Johnson was the king of Delta Blues whom many believed obtained his talent from the Devil himself at the Crossroads in Mississippi. From statements given by the owner of Star Plantation of where it is believed Robert died to statements given by Robert’s grandson Steven Johnson at Robert Johnson Blues Foundation, Ghost Legends takes you on an exciting journey about the real Robert Johnson and the mystery of the three cemeteries that he is believed to be buried in. Will the paranormal team be able to locate his real burial site from a paranormal perspective?
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Special Thank You
We would like to say thank you to the following people: Dawn DuVurger, Bill Thompson, Alex Thompson, David Childers, Wayne Childers, Jamie Childers, Perry Carver, Chris Hamil Jr, Reagan Bright, Marcus McRae, Corey Fast, Sam Bowling, Steven Johnson, Luther W Wade III, Anthony Rice, , Skylar Baxter, and Tylar Davis.