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The legacy of blues singer/songwriter/guitarist Robert Johnson has been shrouded in mysteries, from what caused his death in 1938 at age 27 when he was still largely unknown to the public to where he is buried. And there’s the legend that Johnson sold his soul to the devil at a crossroad in the Mississippi Delta in return for extraordinary musical skills.

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