Voodoo is real! practicing voodoo without caution could take your life. A white girl in Virgina Beach identified as Katelyn Restin is reportedly dead. Katelyn Restin died after summoning the voodoo God Papa Legba.
According to reports, after multiple warning from friends not to summon Papa Legba, Katelyn Restin insisted in taking the such risky move which later took her life. She tried to summon Papa Legba by burning a voodoo doll on March 29.
Few days later precisely on April 17, the Virginia teen girl raised alarm that she saw Papa Legba and was very frightened but people didn’t take her words so serious until April 19th when was found dead in her mother’s home. She died at the age of 19. The cause of Kate Resin is still yet mysterious.
Multiple investigation revealed that Kate Resin was a member of a group on social media that practices spells.
She is survived by her daughter Aaliyah Hope Restin, mother Terry Restin, father John Restin, brothers Kevin and Ryan (Blakely) Restin; aunts, Margaret Volk, Mary (Rick) Page, Betty (Joe) Aukward; Uncle, Eric (Susan) Restin, and many cousins and other relatives, all of whom she loved and touched deeply.
Katelyn was born November 29, 2000. She was raised in Virginia Beach and attended Plaza Middle and Green Run High School.
Katelyn was a proud new mom and adored her baby, Aaliyah. She was always the bright spirit of any gathering, and her resilience to keep going in challenging times inspired many of her family and friends.
Who Is Papa Legba
Papa Legba is a loa in Haitian Vodou, who serves as the intermediary between the loa and humanity. He stands at a spiritual crossroads and gives (or denies) permission to speak with the spirits of Guinee, and is believed to speak all human languages. In Haiti, he is the great elocutioner. Legba facilitates communication, speech, and understanding. He is commonly associated with dogs.