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Bloodstopping is/was an American folk practice once common in the Ozarks and the Appalachians. It was believed that certain persons, known as bloodstoppers, could halt bleeding in humans and animals by supernatural means. The most common method was to walk east and recite Ezekiel 16:6, a Bible passage which reads
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