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The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is pleased to assist writers, researchers, students, academics, filmmakers and commercial ventures in the subjects, imagery and presentation of Voodoo and New Orleans.
For simple projects, the museum, this website, the associated blog and newsletter can provide a great deal of information.
Personal and individual inquiries are also welcome. For individual assistance, either academic or commercial please contact Jerry Gandolfo via the email at this website.
Jerry Gandolfo has been the primary researcher and historian with the Voodoo Museum since its inception in 1972. A New Orleans native, he is experienced in directing research, providing visual, historical and technical backgrounds. He is also the point of contact for creditable interest seeking to contact contemporary sources. He has been called “Mr. Voodoo” by MSNBC, the “walking encyclopedia of New Orleans,” by Gambit newspaper and the “Legba” of New Orleans by a documentary film maker who has studied Voodoo in both Benin, Africa and Haiti and has produced films for such entities as Frontline and National Geographic.