Lee R. Gandee
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|Lee R. Gandee|
|Born||8 May 1917|
Gabes Creek, Roane Co., West Virginia
|Died||9 October 1998 (81)|
West Columbia, Lexington Co., South Carolina
|Noted work(s)||Strange Experience: The Autobiography of a Hexenmeister (1971)|
Lee Rauss Gandee (May 8, 1917 - October 9, 1998) was an American teacher and hexenmeister who wrote about folk traditions, particularly the the powwow (brauche) system of the Pennsylvania Dutch.
- Gandee, Lee R. (1970), The Witches of Fairfield, S.C., Highland Park, IL: Clark Pub. Co. — on the trial of Mary Free Ingelman, accused of witchcraft in 1792
- Gandee, Lee R. (1971), Strange Experience: The Autobiography of a Hexenmeister, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall
In addition to his books and essays, Gandee was also a frequent contributor to FATE Magazine beginning in the 1950s.
- Raymond, Robert (9 Sep. 1956), "Camden Academy Head Versed in Indian Cures", The State (Columbia, SC): 3, https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-state-camden-academy-head-versed-in/133055143/
- Gordon, Kay (31 Oct. 1979), "Lexington County spirit: Doings attributed to 'Old Buncombe'", The Columbia Record (Columbia, SC): 19, https://www.newspapers.com/article/the-columbia-record-lexington-county-spi/132996553/