Jeannette Harvey’s father was friends with Nelson Rehmeyer, the victim in the infamous 1928 Hex murder in southern York County.
Members of the Rehmeyer and Blymire families said the "Hex Hollow" film showed an accurate portrayal of the Hex Murder. Source: 'Hex Hollow' film: Reactions from the families
The documentary 'Hex Hollow' is set to hit the big screen in York, Pa., next week. Its screening and subsequent distribution is sure to bring widespread attention to this case, ...
→ Mike Argento: Hex murder victim's granddaughter carries on powwow legacy - The York Daily Record Although the blame for Rehmeyer's death ultimate rests on the souls of the three men ...
→ Pennsylvania's real hex magic - The York Daily Record Along with the government's efforts - via the school system - to eradicate the use of Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch dialect there was also a campaign undertaken ...
→ Head of German center to speak in Ephrata on folk medicine - Reading Eagle This is a free lecture that will be given by Patrick Donmoyer at the Ephrata Public Library ...
Police at first labeled the murder as nothing more than the outcome of yet another “hillbilly mountain feud.” In Mummey’s case, though, there was something more sinister. Local lore had cast ...
→ The secret healers: Old tradition of powwowquietly survives in some corners of Berks County
→ Mountain Folklore: Finding Mountain Mary's grave | Reading Eagle → Or try first link of search results to read the article.
→ Sigal Museum to host community educational historical events in June and July - themorningcall.com There are two PA Dutch culture related events listed here that caught my eye but others will be of ...
‘Hex Hollow’ film: Reactions from the families
VIDEO | ‘Hex Hollow’ documentary to hit screen in York, Pa.
Hex murder victim’s granddaughter carries on powwow legacy
Pennsylvania’s real hex magic
Patrick Donmoyer to speak in Ephrata on Pennsylvania Dutch folk medicine
‘Witch’ murdered in Pennsylvania Dutch country over hex
Old tradition of powwow quietly survives in Berks County
Mountain Folklore: Finding Mountain Mary’s grave
Sigal Museum to host PA Dutch Pow-wow and music cultural talks