Haunted houses with historical flair sinister and scary pastIf you are on horror stories and ghosts, you impress these eight haunted houses and haunted hotels in New Orleans certainly. The Big Easy is known as the city with the most ghost stories in the United States and it is therefore not surprising that, like many ghosts are released. The first haunted house in our collection is the beautiful Hotel Monteleone, built in the Beaux-Arts style. It's his turn with piano bar very well known, which is haunted by the former owner, staff and customers. It haunts everywhere. Some say that the ghost of a jazz singer at midnight sing loudly in the rooms. Other make sure you can hear the cries of children who died here many years ago to yellow fever. Hermann-Grima House the is like the Hotel Monteleone in the French Quarter and is known to her friends, south spirits. You often scatter rose and lavender and light the fire in the fireplace. The house was built in 1831 and is now a museum and an important historical monument. Exposure
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You can see the Beauregard-Keyes House. Here is the former General PGT Beauregard Confederate owner must haunt. Often soldiers are singing loudly and walk. We sometimes saw soldiers with serious injuries and complete equipment, as well as a violin player who only makes music at night. Hotel Provincial Provincial hotel was once a hospital in the Federation. The hotel staff said he had often heard the cries of the wounded soldiers. Sometimes they even saw blood stains on the sheets that come out of nowhere and disappear at once. Le Pavillon Hotel Le Pavillon Hotel is one of the scariest haunted houses in New Orleans. The most famous ghost is here called a girl, Ada. She lived in the 40s of the 19th century. Unfortunately, she was run over by a car just before she tried to board a boat with your family. It is often seen as driving your mischief in the lobby and the hotel guests said she lost and do not know where he really is. Old Absinthe House Old Absinthe House is very well known with his local bar. The bar is obviously delighted and drinks and cocktails that are mixed. The house is often haunted by his most famous customers - Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, Andrew Jackson and Jean Lafitte Hotel columns. The former owner of the hotel was Simon Hernsheim - a wealthy tobacco merchant. A woman known haunts here in a white dress, and a daughter who is often seen on the balcony and a man who looks after the guests. Lafitte Guest House Lafitte Guest House is the last of eight haunted houses, we have selected for you. The ghosts of the houses here are a baby who died here and a daughter with her mother, who have been affected by yellow fever. You often hear the cries of mothers and children, who remained in Lafitte Guest House historic haunted houses -. Mysterious and charming at the same time Did you get goosebumps? We already. Now you know exactly what Eerie haunted houses you must visit if you are somewhere near New Orleans.
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