Monthly Archives: August 2015

Haunted New Orleans – The Castle Inn

The Castle Inn stands fully restored to it’s original glory at 1415 Prytania street within the Garden District of New Orleans.  The Inn was constructed on a site that had formerly been a plantation during the early 1800’s.  In 1848 … Continue reading

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Haunted New Orleans – The Beauregard-Keyes House

     In 1824 Auctioneer and businessman Joseph Le Carpentier (Le Carpentier was said to have sold goods for Pirate Jean Lafitte) purchased two lots across from the Ursaline Convent on the corner of Chartres and Arsenal (now Ursalines).  Le Carpentier … Continue reading

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Haunted New Orleans – The Sultan’s Palace

     Though public records indicate that in 1780, a previous home occupied the corner of Dauphine and Orleans, it is the Gardette – Laprete house which still stands today.  Built in 1836 by Jean Baptist LePrete, the 4 story mansion … Continue reading

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New Orleans Haunts – The St. Louis Cathedral

   The majestic St. Louis Cathedral stands at 615 Pere Antoine Alley, New Orleans.  Known to be one of the oldest in the United States, the Cathedral is also the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans.  It … Continue reading

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