Voodoo Law and Legal Definition
Voodoo is a religion involving ancestor worship, animal sacrifice, and belief in communication with deities by trance. Voodoo originated in Haiti by combining Catholicism with the belief in African gods.
The term may also refer to:
a. a charm, fetish, spell, or curse holding magic power for adherents of voodoo;
b. a practitioner, priest, or priestess of voodoo; or
c. deceptive or delusive nonsense.