Chief Amado Returns Home

Chief Amado Returns Home

by L. A. Johnson Jr

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Overview

In a jungle village high up on Ghost Mountain, the people were happy and lived well, their leader was Chief Amado. The chief told stories and had words of wisdom. All of the people in his village loved his stories which left everybody around him hypnotized.
For years nothing exciting happened in the village. Then one day a man wandered into their village, saying he'd gotten lost in the jungle and asked for something to eat. After he had eaten, he told the people of Ghost Mountain how he felt about them, He told them that people in neighboring villages were starving and had nothing. The man's words and attitude were aggressive and violent, but Chief Amado said he would go to the nearest village to see what was going on.
Chief Amado left his village the next morning and didn't return for years.

When he returned to his village he was a changed man and spent weeks in his hut alone unhappy. When he left his hut, he tells them about the wicked behavior of the people in villages all over Africa. He told them that people were doing all kinds of nasty things.
The Voodoo Queen has no friends. She roams the forest around her hut at night. She is lonely and wishes to see the sun, but a deadly affliction prevents her from the exposure of light. Even though her power, the Voodoo Queen live with ghostly creatures. She wishes to see the sunrise, but that's impossible. Her only comfort is her deck of Tarot cards, which reveals her fate, knowledge, and death." She tries to understand her future, but she didn't like the answer.
The Voodoo Queens leaves her hut which is like a castle in the jungle every night to eat. When she was young she ate only small animals. Now she is a woman, she must have men." A ghostly woman brings her men to eat. After she has finished eating and drinking their blood, she is disgusted by what she has done. She buries her victim's remains in her jungle. During the day, the blood-sucking woman sleeps in her coffin, with her clothing stained with blood.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161428900
Publisher: Lafayette A. Johnson Jr
Publication date: 06/04/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 46 KB

About the Author

Lafayette A. Johnson Jr. is a Ph.D. author. My Penn names are Liberty Dendron. And L.A. Johnson Jr.
I have been writings books over thirteen years, and I have written over 70 books. Learn more about me at

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