Lalaurie haunted house ghost pictures
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House Ghost New Orleans"
Daytime Ghost Pictures, all
ghost photos Post Hurricane
Katrina. French Empire house
of Madame Lalaurie. French Architect
Pierre Edouard Trastour. Madame
Lalaurie used the house to torture,
murder and ghastly scientific
experimentation on her slaves.
In 1834 her elderly cook set
the house on fire to end the
horrific ordeals. When firefighters
and towns people discovered
tortured manacled slaves in
the attic, a angry mob ransacked
the house forcing the Lalaurie's
to flee the city.
you see the Actual real Lalaurie
House Ghosts in these pictures?
Many claim to
have seen them in these photographs,
or is it just a trick of the
lights and shadows. The haunted
history of the LaLaurie Mansion
in New Orleans is one of the
best known ghost tale in The
By several accounts
a young slave girl jumped to
her death from the roof when
cornered by Mme. Lalaurie. She
was quickly brought into the
Lalaurie Mansion, but not before
being observed by neighbors,
who would file a complaint.
The neighbors would later assert
that the young girl was carried
into the courtyard late that
night, and buried inside the
The horror of
New Orleans took place at 1140
Royal Street. Delphine Macarty
Lalaurie, also known as Madam
Lalaurie, was a socialite in
New Orleans in the 1800s.
was born, circa 1775, to Barthelmy
Louis McCarty (King, 1921) and
Vevue Lecomte, prominent members
of the New Orleans community.
Delphine Macarty's cousin, Augustine
Macarty was elected mayor of
New Orleans in 1812, possibly
helping to elevate Delphine's
eventual rise to prominence
in the New Orleans community.
she married physician Dr. Louis
Lalaurie in 1831. The couple
bought a mansion at 1140 Royal
St., where Delphine maintained
a central position in the social
circles of New Orleans. Although
she would throw lavish parties,
with a guest list containing
some of the most prominent people
in the city, Delphine LaLaurie
and the heinous manner in which
she tortured her slaves is probably
the most widely known of the
French Quarter’s macabre
tales. Their ghost and apparitions
still haunt the old mansion
and the city to this very day.
The Lalaurie house,
called The Haunted House, was
avoided for decades by the local
superstitious New Orleanians
and remained vacant for forty
tried to open what was to be
“The Haunted Saloon,”
but locals refused to patronize
the place. Again, it sat vacant.
Eventually the house was renovated
into apartments as it is today.
Much of the house was in serious
disrepair. When floor boards
were replaced in the third floor
slave quarters, the bodies of
75 people were found who had
been buried alive. The remains
were removed from the property.
To this day, this
house is considered to be the
most haunted and photographed
in the city.
The Great Lalaurie
house sat empty fort 60 years.
Re-built after the Civil War,
rumors of horrible apparitions,
ghosts and screams and noises
has haunted every owner and
tenant since. The constant factor
about the LaLaurie House is
that "It is more then just
very Haunted to this Day!! Just
recently the new owner while
remodeling discovered skeletons
of humans under the floorboards
in the back of the House. The
world will be hearing tales
from the LaLaurie House for
quite some years to come!
Ghosts of New
New Orleans is known for its
exotic history rich in the paranormal
occurrences, Ghost sightings
and Voodoo Spirits.
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Delphine Lalaurie haunted house
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