I LOVE HIM


FACE IN THE DOORWAY

aunt chloe, you're my favorite.

Chloe was a slave that was brought in from the cotton fields by Clark Woodruff of The Myrtles Plantation to help his wife Sarah raise his children and to be his black mistress in the early 1800's. She liked to eavesdrop on her master's conversations and was caught one day. He had her ear cutoff by the local "smithy" and put her back to work in the fields. While he was away on business, one of his two children had a birthday. Chloe baked a cake with a tinge of oleander in it...an herb that she learned it's poisonous nature from her grandmother. She thought if she used enough to make them sick and nursed them back to health, then her master would bring her back into the house. The oleander was too much, and Woodruff's wife and two children died. Chloe fled to the slave quarters for them to hide her, but the slaves resisted her pleas and brought her to the house when Woodruff returned. Clark decided to have her killed, and ordered the slaves to bring her down by the bayou where she was hung from either a tree or the rafters in a barn. She now haunts the grounds wearing the turban she wore while alive to hide her maligned features.

DIS FOR AUNT CHLOE

THEY HANG ME

WE'LL HAVE HER HUNG

WE MAKE OLEANDER FOOD

I USE OLEANDER

CHLOE

I'M CHLOE

Chloe was a slave that was brought in from the cotton fields by Clark Woodruff of The Myrtles Plantation to help his wife Sarah raise his children and to be his black mistress in the early 1800's. She liked to eavesdrop on her master's conversations and was caught one day. He had her ear cutoff by the local "smithy" and put her back to work in the fields. While he was away on business, one of his two children had a birthday. Chloe baked a cake with a tinge of oleander in it...an herb that she learned it's poisonous nature from her grandmother. She thought if she used enough to make them sick and nursed them back to health, then her master would bring her back into the house. The oleander was too much, and Woodruff's wife and two children died. Chloe fled to the slave quarters for them to hide her, but the slaves resisted her pleas and brought her to the house when Woodruff returned. Clark decided to have her killed, and ordered the slaves to bring her down by the bayou where she was hung from either a tree or the rafters in a barn. She now haunts the grounds wearing the turban she wore while alive to hide her maligned features.

NOW I'M SWINGIN'

DOOR RATTLING

SARAH GOT PROBLEMS WITH CHLOE

THEY WOULD HANG CHLOE

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