5 Best Most Haunted Places In New Orleans

Haunted Places In New Orleans

New Orleans has the distinction of being one of the most haunted cities in America. From full body apparitions to demonic haunting you can witness all kinds of frightening paranormal activity in this otherwise vibrant city. Some of the most haunted locales in New Orleans include Hotel Provincial, May Baily’s Place and Lalaurie Mansion. To know more about the best haunted places in New Orleans, read on.


Here are 5 Best Haunted Places in New Orleans:

Hotel Provincial

Hotel Provincial, which has never ceased to amaze guests with its unique architecture, is also famed for its touch of Southern haunted hospitality. Guests staying at this heritage hotel have been scared to bits, by  full body apparitions of confederate soldiers and surgeons. Strange moaning sounds which emanate from different corners of the hotel and mysterious blood stains that appear overnight on the beds, will make your stay at the Hotel Provincial in New Orleans a once in a lifetime bone chilling experience.

Hotel Provincial

The Monteleone Hotel

Monteleone is one the leading haunted hotels in New Orleans. Paranormal activity at this hotel include a restaurant door that opens of its own accord, an elevator which stops mysteriously at the wrong floor, and frightening apparitions of ghostly children playing in the halls. Paranormal visitors to Moneteleone Hotel also include a young boy who died mysteriously at the hotel, and several former employees of the hotel,  including one particular employee name William ‘Red’ Wildemere.

The Monteleone Hotel

May Baily’s Place

May Baily’s bar in Dauphine Orleans Hotel is located in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans. Haunting at the May Baily’s bar, which was once a bordello, include the ghosts of former prostitutes who are known to shift bottles in the bar area, and apparitions of civil war soldiers who wander around in the inner courtyard. Guests staying at Dauphine Orleans Hotel have also complained of beds which shake of their own accord, especially during the early mornings and evenings.


May Baily’s Place

Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop

The unassuming Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop which is one of the oldest buildings in New Orleans has a long history of paranormal sightings. The most famous ghost of Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop happens to be John Lafitte, who appears as a full body apparition on the ground floor. On the second floor of this building, which has now been converted to a bar, there have been many sightings of a female ghost. Many people have also stated that they have noticed a pair of otherworldly red eyes, glaring at them from the dark interiors of this building.

Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop

Lalaurie Mansion

The intense paranormal activity in Lalaurie Mansion which is located on Royal Street, has earned it the title of being one of the most haunted dwellings in the whole of North America. This mansion was originally owned by Madame Delphine LaLaurie and her husband. According to popular lore Made Delphine and her husband had brutally tortured and killed numerous slaves. The ghosts of these slaves are now said to haunt the elegant mansion.

Lalaurie Mansion

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