Haunted Caribbean: Don’t Trifle With Le Ti Bolom
Ti Bolom represent the souls of children who died before being baptized. They are the Devil's subjects, damned for all eternity to do his bidding.
Duppy Turn, Grand Cayman: Explore the Haunted Caribbean
Duppy Turn. The name alone puts a lump in the throat, duppies being widely known as the most malevolent of supernatural spirits in the West Indies.
Beware The Mystical Silk Cotton Tree: Haunted Caribbean
The Mystical Silk Cotton Tree is wise to avoid if you happen to be in the Caribbean on October 31st, or any other time for that matter.
Wray and Nephew Rum: The Popular Jamaican Rum That Wards Off Evil
Wray and Nephew Rum is by far the most popular and best-selling rum in Jamaica accounting for 90% of all rum sold in Jamaica!
Duppy Love Tales: Caribbean Ghost Stories That Can Save Your Marriage
For kids, Caribbean duppy stories provide fun frights ideal for Halloween. For adults, though, they're also cautionary love tales.
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