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Urban Legends of Louisiana: The New Orleans Axeman

On May 22, 1918, Joseph Maggio and his wife Catherine, would meet gruesome fates at the hands of a fledgling serial killer: The Axeman of Louisiana.  The Maggios’ were asleep in their home, on the corner of Upperline and Camp … Continue reading

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Haunted Louisiana – The Old State Capitol Building

     Built between 1847-1852 this lovely Gothic styled monument was not exactly welcomed with open arms.  Baton Rouge residents were appalled by the structure as it was not similar to other traditional Southern Louisiana structures.  The building was also immortalized … Continue reading

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Urban Legends of Louisiana – The Green Light Bridge

This one is a “not so well known” legend, unless you are a resident of Franklin Parish and in that case, anyone could tell you the tale.  Green light road is found just off LA 15.  One would have no … Continue reading

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Urban Legends of Louisiana – The Rougarou

Here’s another Louisiana legend that varies from community to community.  As a matter of fact, there are nearly as many versions of the legend as there are variations in spelling the name, Rougarou. This legend took root in Midieval French … Continue reading

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Louisiana Urban Legends – The Fifolet

I’ve heard a couple of variations of the Fifolet legends, I like the back story on this one!  Louisiana has it’s share of dark history and among tales of ghost, vampires and Voo Doo there are also pirates! The most … Continue reading

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Urban Legends of Louisiana – George Washington Carver High School

School days, school days, good old golden rule days!  Reading, writing and ‘rithmatic taught to the tune of a hickory stick!  The song brings back memories of book sacks and lunch boxes with the underlying dread of an upcoming spelling … Continue reading

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Come on out! Show us your “Wicked & Wild” this Friday!

Calling all fans in St. Tammany, Washington and Tangipahoa Parishes:  Triple U 98.9 and the cast of Wicked & Wild Women on Wednesdays will be broadcasting live from Garcia’s in Covington Louisiana.  Join us for the 5:01 Club!  Meet Show … Continue reading

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