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Uncle Monday is a legendary medicine man who was captured from his home in Africa & enslaved in South Carolina. He escaped to Florida & lived among the Seminole, bringing his mastery of crocodile medicine with him. The Seminoles held the alligator sacred & like Uncle Monday’s crocodile medicine, they had their alligator medicine, which they shared with him.
Uncle Monday refused to surrender to the white man, even though the spirits told him resistance was futile. He swore he would never submit to slavery or death at the hands of whites, & that he would change himself into an alligator until the wars among men were over. Then he would come forth from the waters in peace.
So the Seminoles held a ceremony for his transformation. As he danced to the drum beats, his legs became shorter & his face longer. His skin became scaly & his voice changed to thunder. He began to bellow, & in response hundreds of gators came up from the swamp to greet him as their king.
Uncle Monday could turn himself into an alligator at will. He gave lessons to a woman named Judy Bronson, who claimed her magic was as strong as his & that she could undo any spell he put on her.
One day, Old Judy wanted to go fishing at Blue Sink, the forbidden and secret place where Uncle Monday lived. Folks warned her not to go, but she insisted. She got to Blue Sink at sundown & cast her bait.
No sooner did it hit the water than did she feel a something pulling her. She tried to run, but couldn’t move.
Old Judy's biggest fears were the dark & the water—and there she was at sundown, at the edge of the dark water, being pulled in by a force she couldn’t resist!
She looked up and saw Uncle Monday walking across the water like Jesus, dressed in flowing robes with an army of gators behind him. He told her he would only free her if she admitted his magic was greater, & set an alligator to guard her. As darkness fell, Old Judy confessed that Uncle Monday had the greater magic & the townspeople came to take her home.
They say he still lives in the swamps to this day. Every now & again he comes from the water and changes back into a man, walking among the living casting all sorts of spells, good & bad...