Hex Hollow: Witchcraft and Murder in Pennsylvania The shocking tale of a 1928 murder that rocked a small community and caught the attention of a nation. /
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- Physical Description: Freestyle Flicks 2016
Stewartstown, Pa. (November, 1928) – Were John Blymire’s troubles the result of an evil curse? That’s what he thought when he and two other men murdered farmer and folk healer Nelson Rehmeyer. The crime made national headlines exposing the old traditions of Powwow, which some believe is witchcraft. Powwow practitioners today say there’s nothing sinister about it, but Rehmeyer’s death is still stirring up mysteries.
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MPAA rating: NR
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