Three known gentle spirits, with impeccable southern manners are sharing the mansion with the living.
Apparently, spirits from all eras are still having “a roll in the hay.”
Is a favorite hot spot for spectral Civil War wounded soldiers and their doctors.
A diverse variety of spirits still have things to do here: a Voo Doo Priestess, executed prisoners, a former organist, and dedicated priests.
Living guests are treated to surprise nightly visits from friendly spirit people, with a goal in mind.
The attic served as a holding pen for scared, unhappy people.
The scourge of Yellow fever brought death to the young and endless human grief. The victims are still here and active!
The original owner is annoyed that a legitimate tourist stop exists in his former lair.
This hotel is incredibly haunted with one hundred basically well-mannered spirits who love to tease.
Many famous people who enjoyed their time here still like to visit as spirits.
Some people report that the spirit of Marie and her followers still conduct wild voodoo ceremonies.
While having their personal issues, the spirits express the gift of hospitality.
Pleasant, cordial spirits with southern manners live here; always on their toes.
There are numerous reports of paranormal activity, making it the most haunted American cemetery.
The entity of Confederate General Beauregard and his soldiers offer nearly the full paranormal sports package. Other entities enjoy their good times in the ballroom, complete with music.
While Delphine Lalaurie was a marvelous hostess, she also was an evil, cruel, sadistic psychopath.