Loup Garou

Voodoo Garden, House of Blues ~ New Orleans

Materials: cypress wood, paint

Also found in the New Orleans House of Blues, Loup Garou,

the devil dog of spiritualist tradition and cajun folklore, is carved from

cypress wood with gar fish scales for teeth. The snakes represent

Danbhalah Wedo Ye-H-We, or the belief that the hiss of the snakes

is the origin of the language of voodoo.

--Hoodoo You Love?

The House of Blues and It's Voodoo Garden