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Full of many tales of Voodoo and spirits, New Orleans is definitely a haunted town. St. Louis Cemetery, the oldest in the city, is one of the most haunted places in the area. Full of above-ground tombs and mausoleums, you may encounter the presence of a ghost as you wind your way through the footpath. While many spirits reside here, the most famous is that of Marie Laveau, who was known as the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans back in the day.
Purchased in 1886 by businessman Marcus Daly, and remodeled several times throughout this family’s ownership, this house was to be Daly’s family’s summer home.Â The three-story home has over 50 rooms, including 25 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and 7 fireplaces.
Several strange occurrences have been reported here, including strange sounds (footsteps and doors closing), smells (cigar smoke and the smell of roses in winter) and moving objects.Â Also, some have reported to see Mrs. Daly walk down the 2nd floor hallway.
In this three story Victorian-style house lie many strange happenings. According to legend, a whole family was murdered in the old post office next door. That house dates from the Civil War, and was torn down in the late 1970’s. Some of the strange occurrences in the house include: the vacuum cleaner turned on and is pushed by itself, the furniture moved by itself, door handles rattled by themselves, the German shepherd inside the house cowered under the bed, curtains were seen moving back from outside when no one was home, and many others.
Long ago in this theater, a man named George and his dog would come and see a movie in theater three every week. When George died of a heart attack, he and his dog continued to frequent the theater. It has been said that George was seen in the projection booth and that he would turn lights on and off. Others have reported hearing his dog bark loudly. Though the theater is now torn down, there have been reports of a ghost dog walking around the site.
Now a state monument, this school was the site of a huge fire in the early twentieth century. Over one hundred people died because the doors in the school opened inwardly rather than outwardly, preventing escape. Residents that live near the school have reported seeing a light come on in one room, traverse the hall and go back from whence it came. Police investigated and found no one living in the building.
During the Civil War, this house was inhabited by a young lady and her lover. As the Union Army was fast approaching, the two tried to escape through a tunnel that led to the Cape Fear River. The tunnel, however, was blown up. It is said that the house is now haunted by the couple. It is reported that the Lady in Black appears on the stair case of the three story house on many occasions. Her lover is said to go into the apartments that are rented out and watch television with the tenants. It is said that people see the imprint of a body in the couches or chairs that are near the television. It is said that if he does not like what show they are watching, he will change the channel.