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Do the Devil's children haunt America?

OOOH BABY, BABY!!

The Devil Babies of Satan

Devil Baby

The Devil Baby   A strange story became associated with Hull House in the 1920s, particularly among Italian immigrants. Supposedly, a young woman was pregnant when her husband swore at a picture of Christ. As punishment, the baby was born with horns, a tail, and cloven hooves. This "devil-baby" was given over to Addams and kept in the attic of Hull House. People came from miles around to see the "devil-baby", only to be turned away at the door with the news that no such creature existed at Hull House. This story eventually inspired the film Rosemary's Baby.

 

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Devil Babies, Changelings, Imps, Freaks – Call Them What You Will:

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“I thought it was a little kid, you know? Like, it needed some help. It was just sitting there, hunched over in the gutter. It sounded like it was gasping, or having an asthma attack or something. When I bent down to it and it turned around, I almost died on the spot! It was horrible! And what was worse was how it ran away – it scittered, you know, like a roach on paper! It ran off toward Dauphine [Street]! I tell you what: I don’t walk down there alone anymore!”

-- A real-life encounter with the Devil Baby of Bourbon Street

Story by A.Pustanio, Devil Baby Dolls by Artist Ricardo Pustanio

Devil Baby Doll Photos by Hershel Meyers

So, just what is going on with these devil’s infants? And why is it that they can be found, literally, all over the world?

The Devil Baby of Hull House

The most famous American Devil Baby has to be the Chicago’s Devil Baby of Hull House. At least, this is certainly the most widespread legend.

Hull House represented the life’s work of Nobel Prize winning philanthropist Jane Addams. It was a place envisioned as a stepping-stone for underprivileged and impoverished members of Chicago’s poor immigrant society. Because of Addams’ particular interest in suffrage and women’s and children’s rights, it was natural that immigrant women and mothers would be attracted to the beacon of Hull House.

Despite Addams’ fervent denials (she dedicated more than 40 pages to the legend and its impact on her life in her autobiography) the story persisted that Hull House was the home of a creature not of this earth.

Hull House received its greatest notoriety when it was alleged to be the refuge of the Chicago "devil baby". This child was supposedly born to a devout Catholic woman and her atheist husband and was said to have pointed ears, horns, scale-covered skin and a tail. According to the story, the young woman had attempted to display a picture of the Virgin Mary in the house but her husband had torn it down. He stated that he would rather have the Devil himself in the house that the picture. When the woman had become pregnant, the Devil Baby had been their curse. After enduring numerous indignities because of the child, the father allegedly took it to Hull House.

Originally, the rumor was just a whisper among the large immigrant population of late 19th century Chicago. Mostly superstitious and uneducated, it is certain that they brought with them from their homelands many ethnic and cultural beliefs that shaped their perception of their new foreign world. However, the “facts” were no fabrication: Most sources agree that Jane Addams, out of charity, took in the female who would bear the burden that would plague the good woman for generations to come.

The mother of the Devil Baby, though nameless, is said to have fled to Hull House to escape a brutal marriage. This is a central part of the story and an important one: evidently the young immigrant woman found herself pregnant once again and the husband, already having too many mouths to feed on his meager income, is said to have ruthlessly beat his wife, all the while cursing the unborn child. When the young woman fled to the shelter of Hull House, she found an understanding matron who was prepared to take her in and to protect her through the difficult pregnancy.

And it was a difficult pregnancy, according to the written accounts of Hull House servants who rendered firsthand descriptions of the notorious events. The mother-to-be complained of unusual pains throughout the pregnancy, of hearing voices and of having vivid, frightening nightmares. Jane Addams and the Hull House physicians put this down to the tormented life that the woman had led prior to escaping to Hull House, exacerbated by the continuous efforts of her husband to gain access to her.

As the time of her delivery came due, the horrible nature of what she had carried and nurtured for nine months was finally revealed. A writhing monster child full of scales and reptilian coldness with gleaming, black eyes, clawed hands and feet, and the protrusions of tiny horns on its forehead.

Legend has it that the mother died on the spot, mercifully released from this world. But in an unexpected turn of events, it is said that Jane Addams was overcome with such compassion that it moved her to take the child into her care.

Thus the story grew up over the years, whispered in every quarter, that behind the walls of Hull House an evil was growing.

This infant grew to a child – a monstrous lump of a human-like creature – that prowled the darkness and had full run of the dreaded third storey of Hull House. It is said that the child would peer from the windows, envious of the other children with whom it was not allowed to associate. Children and other residents of Hull House often awoke in the night to strange scrabbling noises and furtive breathing near their faces, only to discover in the lamplight that they were completely alone.

Eventually, Jane Addams died, but the legend of the Devil Baby of Hull House lives on and even today passersby and visitors to the location report seeing the shadow of “something” childlike peering at them from the darkness.

 

The Devil Baby of Bourbon Street

By all indications, however, the Devil Baby of Hull House has nothing on the Devil Baby of Bourbon Street. With the illustrious history of Creole and, ah, Satanic descent, and claimed as the ward of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and as the godchild of none other than Madame LaLaurie, this spawn of Satan rates high on the list of infamy.

Born from the curses of spurned love and a family’s pact with Satan himself, the Devil Baby of Bourbon Street has plagued the dreams and waking experiences of New Orleanians for generations.

Mammies used to frighten rebellious children with threats of “that Devil Baby gone git ya!” and maw-maws and mothers have done the same to generations of New Orleans children. Of course, the ones who were really frightened by the threat were the ones who lived in or near the French Quarter, but it was little comfort to know that “the Devil Baby gits around!”

Proof of this comes from numerous sources over the years. As quoted above, sometimes the hardiest of locals can get scared witless with just one encounter with this awful progeny of Satan. The Devil Baby doesn’t just keep to Bourbon Street. It has been spotted lunging across balconies throughout the Quarter, peering in at windows of homes and hotels and frightening witnesses at every encounter.

One tourist reported seeing the Devil Baby near a restaurant dumpster, hanging on the edge, apparently looking for something to eat.

“When it heard me, it’s head popped up, like a snap and it looked right at me!” said the frightened man who asked that his name not be used. “I’m glad I was across the street from it, because it was down on the ground in an instant. I didn’t need to see it to know it was after me, I could hear its claws on the sidewalk! I ducked into a bar and I don’t think it followed me in there, but I can tell you, I didn’t go out until I saw the sun in the sky!”

Others have encountered the baby sitting along the curb, appearing lost, playing in the muck and mire of the French Quarter gutters. Anyone would be concerned about a child playing in such filth, but it seems this is how the Devil Baby lures tourists and locals alike. Concerned folks have stooped to help the “innocent child” only to be hissed at and, on at least one occasion, scratched in the face by vicious, devil claws. The Devil Baby scurries away in a clattering fit and will climb up to the Quarter rooftops or disappear into one of the courtyards or alleyways nearby.

No one will dispute the horrible sound of the howl of the Devil Baby, echoing all over the French Quarter whenever a rainstorm approaches. And it is no surprise that the most frequent sightings of this horrible Satanic offspring occur near the house on St. Ann Street that Marie Laveau once called home. Just as often, the Devil Baby’s red, gleaming eyes can be seen peering from the second floor of what was once its nursery in the LaLaurie home on Royal Street.

Though some might debate the origin and existence of this awful child, those who have encountered it in the dark French Quarter streets need no more proof than their own experience that the Devil Baby of Bourbon Street is real and alive today!

 

The Jersey Devil

Residents of Colonial New England were familiar with the reality of Satan’s spawn on earth. They were also very well versed in the habits of witches and faerie folk who often left devil changelings in cribs in exchange for the human infants they abducted. In the case of witches, of course, it was well known to the Goodman settler exactly what would be the fate of the purloined child. In the case of faerie abduction, however, the outcome was not always so clear.

In reality, the human infant would be brought up among the fey folk and who would mate with the human child when it reached maturity. Oftentimes, these faerie-human half-breeds would infiltrate the natural world and walk among humankind. These half-breeds were considered by the wise Colonial fathers as perfect targets for the wiles of Satan or for attacks from the faerie realm in an effort to perpetuate their kind.

Thus the story of the 18th century Mother Leeds and the child she bore to be the Jersey Devil is a perfectly acceptable, if not fully understandable, extension of this Yankee thriftiness with the denizens of folklore.

Mother Leeds, of course, is infamous for having cursed herself when she found herself with child for the 13th time: it is said that she so decried her state that she would rather “bear a devil than yet another thankless child.”

Obviously, motherhood was wearing thin, but nonetheless, her words went out and fell on the not-so-deaf ears of the Universe and within 9 months Mother Leeds was delivered of her burden: a perfectly repulsive Devil Baby.

Though the legends vary, it is doubtless that the Leeds sought to keep their hell progeny a secret from their neighbors and the child and the mother were close confined in the house. But the devil has wiles, as we all know, and soon the child escaped. It has lived on in infamy to plague the Garden State and nearby coastal areas for generations.

Reports of sightings and encounters are numerous and most agree that this Devil Baby has grown into a bizarre, demonic being: most describe the thing as having the body of a man, covered in heavy hair or fur; hoofed hind legs; long, scaly arms with claw-like fingertips; a long, pointed tail; and a head shaped like a horse. It is said to be between 7 and 8 feet tall and to have wings like a huge bat that carry it away with amazing speed.

All this sounds impossible, however, this is in keeping with the “typical” (if they can be called that) descriptions of demons and demonic spirits recorded by sorcerers and magicians since the great Goetia of the Middle Ages. Demons – and what else is the Devil Baby but a demon? – are said to have only a faint grasp on physicality, existing as they do on a lower etheric level. When demonic beings – even Devil Babies – interact with human beings the forms they take are bizarre and confusing.

According to experts in this field, one common denominator is the sheer weirdness of the forms demons take on when materializing on the human level. Reading the old Shadow Books one finds descriptions of demons taking on the form of a wolf with gryphon’s wings and the tail of a serpent (not so far from the Jersey Devil description, huh?), or another who appears as savage dogs with triangular shaped head; or yet another who appears as gleaming, skeletal women with bodies fused to fish.

If these are the forms that demons and devils have manifested throughout history, its not a leap of the imagination to believe that there’s something to the Jersey Devil stories after all. A man-like winged beast with the head of a horse and a long pointed tail? Certainly.

 

Fairies and Changelings

The folklore of the British Isles and Europe is full of references to the progeny of Satan and, indeed, one of the key schools of study for the aspiring Inquisitor of the Middle Ages was the belief that Satan could father children on human females.

The tradition of changelings, either by faerie intervention or the malevolence of a witch or sorcerer, is not only acknowledged in many parts of rural Europe but is still actively protected against wherever the belief is firmly held.

In Eastern Europe especially, and among the Romany (Gypsies) everywhere, the tradition of swaddling infants in complicated wrappings has a history in the belief that Satan, dark faeries and other evil minions, or “stragoi,” cannot resist the temptation to count the cloths used in the wrappings; while thus occupied, the interloping entity is usually discovered and run off or destroyed. Powerful amulets on knotted strings, and the simple lacing of nightshirts or corsets were considered deterrents to the intruding demonic spirits; in other cultures brooms were placed across the doors in the belief that the evil spirit would be compelled to stop and count every shaft in the broom. The tradition of throwing rice and beans around the crib of infants has its beginnings in this widespread belief that demons, faeries and other ill-intentioned entities are compulsive counters.

 

Cajun Devil Baby

This is firmly believed among the Cajuns of Louisiana who fear the thing called the feu follet, a Devil Baby (some say a witch in child’s form), that comes in the night to suckle at the breast of infants. Many Cajuns believe the witch will travel in the form of a ghostly child and will come in the night to plague the crib-bound.

“From the small child’s breast there is often a sticky exudation called witches’ milk by the Cajuns. Children who become cross and fretful are believed victims of an evil witch, who comes nightly to suckle at their breasts. A broom placed across the threshold of the door will prevent this. No witch will step over a broom.” (From Tales from the Levee: The Folklore of St. John the Baptist Parish, by Marcia G. Gaudet.)

 

The Devil Baby  of Bourbon Street or the  New Orleans Devil Baby... With the illustrious history of Creole and, ah, Satanic descent, and claimed as the ward of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and as the godchild of none other than Madame LaLaurie, this spawn of Satan rates high on the list of infamy.

In fact, recent encounters with the Devil Baby of Bourbon Street may support this counting theory after all: Those who have seen the Devil Baby occupied in the gutter claim that it is busy counting long strands of the prized white Mardi Gras pearls that tourists love so very much . . .

 

 

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