Haunted New Orleans History & hauntings of the Crescent City

Troy Taylor

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Published
Charleston, SC : History Press 2010.
Language
English
Physical Description
126 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (p. [125]-126).
ISBN
9781596299443
1596299444
Main Author
Troy Taylor (-)
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Review by Publisher Summary 1

Explore the dark and mysterious past of New Orleans with this riveting collection of tales that devle into the most haunted city in America.New Orleans--the Big Easy, the birthplace of jazz, home of Cafe du Monde and what some call the most haunted city in America. Beneath the indulgence and revelry of the Crescent City lies a long history of the dark and mysterious. From the famous "Queen of Voodoo," Marie Laveau, who is said to haunt the site of her grave, to the wicked LaLauries, whose true natures were hidden behind elegance and the trappings of high society, New Orleans is filled with spirits of all kinds. Some of the ghosts in these stories have sordid and scandalous histories, while others are friendly specters who simply can't leave their beloved city behind. Join supernatural historian Troy Taylor as he takes readers beyond the French Quarter and shows a side of New Orleans never seen.