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The Wrath of Baron Samdi 

Father Brown hosts a multi-racial jazz quartet whose car has broken down but they are interrupted by Emmanuel Jammite, who claims that cocky musician Joseph Sinclair stole his girlfriend, ... See full summary »

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Emmanuel Jannitte
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Father Brown hosts a multi-racial jazz quartet whose car has broken down but they are interrupted by Emmanuel Jammite, who claims that cocky musician Joseph Sinclair stole his girlfriend, the band's singer Yveline from him back in Haiti. Emmanuel is a voodoo priest and curses Sinclair, whose corpse is later found floating in a swimming pool. Emmanuel swears his innocence but dies trying to flee from the law. Father Brown believes one of the band members is the true murderer and in trying to confront them almost loses his own life. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Written by Debbie Wiseman
Performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
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The Wrath of Baron Samdi
24 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I thought it was the return of Geoffrey Holder who played Baron Samedi in a James Bond movie. Baron Samdi is the voodoo spirit of darkness and death.

Father Brown comes across a multi racial jazz quartet after their car has broken down. Father Brown insists they stay in the rectory, they just need to play some music for him.

Trouble arrives as the band leader Joseph stole the heart of the lead singer Yveline who hails from Haiti, her ex boyfriend Emmanuel has pursued her and becomes a suspect when Joseph's body is found. Emmanuel also dabbles in voodooism.

This is an enjoyably nifty mystery, maybe Father Brown comes across as too open minded but as it is said, people in Haiti might be Catholics but they are all 100% voodoo. At one point it looks like Father Brown might have copped it.


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