This house is not set up as a tourist attraction and you are not allowed inside. It's merely a mansion on a corner. I felt negative energy but honestly I think it was more so because I knew that my ancestors once were tortured and...More
About Lalaurie Mansion
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The house is spooky from the outside and completely dark. Rumor has it that because of the abuse of the slaves of the owner of the home in the 1820s, Delphine LaLaurie, that the house is haunted and unlivable. Who knows? But there is a...More
This house is not the original house that was built here. The tours tout it as a "haunted" place but its just a residence where someone made up the stories about slaves. I've looked and looked for some sort of factual basis for the bologna...More
Look up the history on Madame Lalaurie who resided in this house. She tortured and murdered her slaves. On ghost tours, they point out this home. It is privately owned so you cannot go inside. Home looks to be nicely restored and was once owned...More
Look up the history of Madame Lalaurie, it will help you figure out the significance it has to New Orleans.