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Mae Hellerman

Mae
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3
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Also Known As
Grandma Mae
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Deceased
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30s
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1880s
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Jack Hellerman - Husband (deceased) †
Davis Meeks - Son (deceased) †
Winnie Meeks - Daughter (deceased) †
Lionel Thornton - Grandson (deceased) †
Shawna Thornton - Granddaughter (deceased) †
Lettie Mae Daniels - Great-Granddaughter Reverend Daniels - Great-Grandson
Ruby Jean Reynolds - Great-Granddaughter
Lafayette Reynolds - 2x-Great-Grandson

Tara Thornton - 2x-Great-Granddaughter (destroyed) †
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Mae Hellerman, also known as Grandma Mae, was a powerful witch, or conjurer, on the HBO original series True Blood. The great-grandmother of Lettie Mae Daniels and the great-great grandmother of Lafayette Reynolds and Tara Thornton, Mae meets an untimely demise during her only appearance, on the episode "I Smell a Rat" in the series' third season.

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BackgroundEdit

During the times of slavery, Mae would mix together medicine and herbs around her bed to ensure that she would never have to share a bed with her master, a ritual she shared with her daughter, Winnie.

Season 3Edit

"I Smell a Rat"Edit

Jesus called Mae a conjurer, so she most likely practiced a form of Hoodoo (also called Rootwork) an African-American folk magick tradition. ("I Smell a Rat")

AppearancesEdit

Season three appearances
"Bad Blood" "Beautifully Broken" "It Hurts Me Too" "9 Crimes"
"Trouble" "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" "Hitting the Ground" "Night on the Sun"
"Everything Is Broken" "I Smell a Rat" "Fresh Blood" "Evil is Going On"

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