Louisiana is a cultural wonderland from Mardi Gras to its beloved artists. It's also a place that is steeped in the supernatural, they have many stories. So with that being said, here are five places that are supposedly haunted. It all depends on what your own beliefs are in ghosts, but if you like places with history, these places are also interesting.
In St. Francisville that is one of the most famous haunted houses in the U.S. The famous ghost that haunts the plantation is Chloe, she was slave that how the story goes, poisoned the household with oleander leaves. Most stories say that she accidentally did it, and just wanted to get them sick, not kill them. Since the tragedy, children are said to haunt the place too with Chloe. The plantation has been investigated by many ghost hunters and have seen on TV like such shows as "Scariest Places on Earth," and "Ghost Adventures."
Located in New Orleans and founded in 1916, this theater is said to be haunted by numerous ghosts, even a nun is said to be haunting the place! So this is one performing art center that its past actors and audience members don't want to leave.
Taylortown Bell Tower is rumored to be haunted by a jilted bride, who may have hung herself because of a broken heart. It was once part of a church, but now it stands alone. There are many stories on who haunts the place, though it's eerie enough just by looking at it without the stories.
The New Orleans hotel is elegant but it's also said to be haunted by a little girl. The stories say that she goes around and asks strangers if they are her grandmother. Other odd reports have been about people hearing voices, music playing, and footsteps.
This plantation is haunted by a series of unexplained noises. People also reported of being pushed, hearing music, and whispers throughout the night. Some think that the ghost is the mistress of the house and that she's not happy on who stays there!
So those are five places in Louisiana that are said to be have ghosts living there according to the stories!