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Witch's Grave Coffin Nails Found in Cemetery for Witchcraft Spells Spell Spellwork Hoodoo Voodoo Ritual Summoning Spirit Pagan Vintage Nail

Witch's Grave Coffin Nails Found in Cemetery for Witchcraft Spells Spell Spellwork Hoodoo Voodoo Ritual Summoning Spirit Pagan Vintage Nail

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SCROLL FOR DETAILS! We scoured the local abandoned cemeteries here in the Ozarks of Missouri, specifically around the site of the Witch's Grave (see below) for any type of interesting old items from marbles to pottery chips. We were lucky enough to be able to collect many of these nails in the woods of the abandoned cemetery, with the help of a metal detector and a lot of luck.

✨ Sold individually or in sets of three, and will only be available until we have sold out of them they are of a limited quantity.

These "coffin nails" were possibly used in the early-to-mid 20th century in the cemetery and around that area here in the forests of central Missouri. The coffin nails have the same unique and powerful energy that our graveyard dirt holds, being from around and nearby that exact location inside of Henry County, Missouri. We have collected these coffin nails as spellwork ingredients and stored these with the graveyard dirt inside of our altar cabinet along with other magickal and Pagan supplies.

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✨ We have both large nails and small nails available.

✨ The large coffin nails are approximately 3 inches long and the head of the coffin nails are rectangular in shape and are roughly a half inch (0.5") x (0.125) one-eighth of an inch wide at the head of the coffin nail. (shown in photos)

✨ The smaller coffin nails were also found in the same location (shown in photos, the smaller, needle-like nails), which are about one inch (1") long and round with a much sharper point than the larger nails, and only the slightest nub for a head.

✨ Due to some rust and wear from time, they may be slightly smaller or larger individuals, but not by much. They progressively narrow to the tips, making them a unique triangular shape. Some may be bent in places or chipped slightly.

✨ These coffin nails are "wild-found" meaning that they were found in dirt, and some may be rusted or have rust on/in them. While we wipe them down to get as much dirt and excess rust off of them as we can, these coffin nails may arrive with rust or some light dirt on them (they have been stored in graveyard dirt from the same location in a jar).

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If you journey deep into the backwoods of the Ozarks of Missouri, in the United States, you will find a small trail off of a service road that will lead you deeper into the woods outside of AA Highway in Henry County. This small trail is littered with bones of small animals and seems to lead nowhere, but if you stay on the trail until near the end, then leave the trail to head west, you will eventually discover a mysterious gravestone, in the middle of the woods (shown in the photos), from the early 1900s. The faded memorial stands alone in the forest, with no other indications of anything else of significance around at all.

Local legend alleges that this woman was a village witch who lived outside of a nearby town. She was respected by some but feared by all. When she died, she was buried outside of the city limits, in a most remote area allegedly because the local cemetery would not accept the body, and they wanted the gravesite far from the town.

Now, legend says if you visit the grave on a moonlit night at midnight, especially on Samhain, you can hear cries and moans, as well as unusual animal-like sounds and babies crying. Some have said that they have visited on a teenage dare, and have either felt a force or in some cases were allegedly shoved to pushed down by an invisible force.

These coffin nails came from the area of that gravesite, in the woods of the Ozarks of Missouri.

The cord/twine that is around the coffin nail(s) may vary, and the charm may vary (either a moon, pentacle, or moon and pentacle).

Potent spell ingredient.

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