Are you ready to embark on a ghost-filled night of horror, here in New Orleans? Prepare yourself to discover the untold history of this ghost-filled city by signing up for a Yellow Fever Ghost Tour. Even the bravest ghost hunters and history buffs are shocked by the hauntings, murder, and scandal embedded in these streets.
After the sun goes down, you’ll listen to tales about chilling legends, heinous crimes, and paranormal activity haunting New Orleans since the Civil War. During the tour, you’ll feel the shivers running down your spine as you listen to ghostly tales as we travel to the 7 most haunted places in New Orleans.
Are you familiar with the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau? If not, you will by the end of the tour. Marie was no ordinary citizen. Her charms and spells had the ability to amaze even the most sceptical onlooker. Now, 130 years after her death, you can hear her chants, ritual drums, and footsteps as she walks down her infamous street in her trademark headdress and long white dress.
Calling all American Horror Story fans, you’re in for a special surprise. You’ll be taken to the location of Marie Delphine LaLaurie’s 1800’s mansion. Delphine who once lived near Marie Laveau.
It’s said that screams inside the mansion have prevented anyone from living inside for more than 5 years at a time. Worse yet (according to legend), Madame LaLaurie kept her servants locked in the attic for years during her 19th century residence. She was also known to torture her servants, keeping them alive to experience months on end of punishment.
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