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Hex House Murder-

Information Provided By Kristal Hawkins

This took place in York County Pennsylvania ~ It is known as the Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Murder

When the Pennsylvania Dutch began immigrating from Germany in the 18th century, they brought with them a tradition of folk magic and healing called pow-wowing; on November 27, 1928, that ritual would lead to murder.

John Blymire, born in York, Pa., in 1895, was by all accounts an unremarkable boy in all but one respect. He wasn't bright, popular or good looking, but he shared his father and grandfather's legacy: the supernatural. Like his forebears, Blymire was said to have healing powers. When he was just five years old, he seemed to be wasting away. We might attribute that to malnutrition; his kin blamed it on a hex and took him to the area's most renowned "hexenmeister," Nelson Rehmeyer. Rehmeyer cured the boy. Blymire worked in Rehmeyer's garden for some time, and developed his own reputation as a healer.

Yet he was periodically convinced that he was under a hex again himself, and he met others who thought they suffered the same problem. One such hexing victim was Milton J. Hess, a prosperous farmer who'd encountered recent bad luck; another was John Curry, an abused 14-year old who worked at a cigar factory with Blymire. Blymire consulted with Nellie Noll, known as the River Witch of Marietta. She told him that Rehmeyer was behind all three hexes, and that they could break them by burning Rehmeyer's copy of pow-wow's foundational book, Long Lost Friend.

Blymire and Curry visited Rehmeyer's small farmhouse. The three chatted for some time, while Blymire tried to compel Rehmeyer mentally to give him the book. Unsurprisingly, this tactic failed. The night before Thanksgiving, Blymire and Curry returned, this time with Hess's brother Clayton—and some rope. Blymire strangled Rehmeyer, Curry hit him over the head with a block of wood, and he died. They set the house on fire to get rid of the evidence, but failed to burn it down. After a neighbor discovered Rehmeyer's body, the police soon found the three perpetrators, and they each confessed, were tried and were found guilty.

Rehmeyer's great-grandson has restored the Rehmeyer house and hopes to use it to highlight Pennsylvania Dutch history. The story of the hex murder and the idea of the haunting presence of the wronged witch are the main draw.

We visited the house which still holds immense spirits of pow-wow magic. The home was restored with keeping as much integrity of the original property; the call to this house came from a seance we performed in our offices.

Deedee was trying to reach a man named Gregory Lowel and Nelson Rehmeyer came through. He was asking for us to journey and try and find his magic pendant that holds pow-wow magic. Pow-wow is a magic that is noted to be part of the Pennsylvania Dutch --- it is very intriguing and powerful and can be utilized by anyone.

Simplistic findings will ignite the power and you can use verbal rituals such as the following to remove brusies and pains when you have this piece in your hands:

To Remove Bruises and Pains

Bruise, thou shalt not heat; Bruise, thou shalt not sweat; Bruise, thou shalt not run, No more than Virgin Mary shall bring forth another son. (Repeat this line 3 x)

The piece was found using a visionary map that Rehmeyer forwarded into Deedees mind --- we ended up in the outskirts of York and the piece was recovered inside the trunk of an old Pine tree in a wooded area way off the beaten path.

This piece holds all of Rehmeyers healing abilities, strengths and knowledge of pow-wow magic.

This is a one of a kind item and is a great buy for anyone interested in learning new ideals and styles of magic!