Part of the New Orleans culture is the religious movement known as voodoo. It came over with the African slaves and morphed with the Creoles into Louisiana or New Orleans voodoo. Part of Louisiana voodoo differs from other voodoo around the world because of its emphasis on gris-grisLi Grand Zombi, and of course, VOODOO QUEENS. The most famous Voodoo Queen was Marie Laveau.

This year, you can experience the Evansville Voodoo Queen at the Olde Courthouse Catacombs and for one price, you can also experience The House of Lector.

Starting Friday, September 30th and running through October 31, 2016, come down to the corner of 4th and Vine or 325 Main St. to get your combo ticket.

Before you go, watch this preview!