Zombie’s House of Voodoo
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Zombie’s House of Voodoo information
Step inside and you'll see this is one religious store that’s not bent on snuffing out the party. An altar at the entry includes a serious request that you not take photos, but then comes a truly splendiferous display of plaster-of-Paris statuettes imported from the Santeria realms of Brazil. All are fun and charming; many are simply beautiful.