The Voodoo Gold Trail

Author: Walter Walden
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 81,113 / 226 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.5
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 950
Added to site: 2010.11.25
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em. "It's the voodoo," Amos had said. And thereupon he became restless, and presently was for rowing ashore. He wanted to get a nearer view of a certain sailing vessel he pointed out; but insisted on getting that view from some place up the shore; he would not go near it in a boat. So the two rowed to shore and made their way toward the desired spot. It was a sheltered region amongst the trees and brush. Amos was well in advance of Rufe. Suddenly a group of two blacks and one white man appeared in an open space.

"Dat white man an' Amos on a suddent stopped," said Rufe, "like two high stumps, de white man wid his han' to his face. Den Amos turn 'roun' an' say, 'Run!' And he run one way, an' I run anoder. I run nigh half a mile, an' den I gets ashame' o' myse'f an' stop. I run jes' 'cause he sayed 'run.' I sayed to myse'f, 'Dis ain't no way fo' you to do,' an' den I goes back. I goes de way I seen Amos run--I picked up a club, not a knowin' jis' what hits all about. I didn' go fur till I see Amos lyin' o

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