Haunted New Orleans

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With its history closely linked to international trade, the New Orlean’s culture is steeped in the stories of its colorful, and often devious, residents who hailed from all corners of the world seeking wealth, adventure and a new life. They brought with them exotic customs, religions, and often devious lifestyle that gave birth to the lore of vampires, tortured souls, voodoo priests and priestesses, slavery and lost loves.  Some say that New Orleans is the most haunted city in the United States and a portal to the supernatural world.

No trip to New Orleans is complete without a ghost tour, and there are many to choose from.  Below are some of the stories of the lost souls believed to be still walking the streets of New Orleans.  I hope you enjoy them!

 

Gallery of Photos and Stories


Place d’Armes Hotel – Return of Students

Harem of Horror: The Massacre at the “Sultan’s Palace”

The Most Haunted House of New Orleans: The LaLaurie Mansion

The French Market Inn

The “Sausage Ghost” of Ursuline Avenue