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DELPHINE LALAURIE

French Empire house of Madame Lalaurie. French Architect Pierre Edouard Trastour. Madame Lalaurie use the house to torture, murder and ghastly scientific experimentation on her own hidden in the attic 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.


Delphine Lalaurie's haunted house is a famous ghost story and is considered by most to be the only original true haunted house ghost story of New Orleans through out all time.

Royal Street-- With grand balcony garden houses and the most unique shop lined bankets, which runs through the French Quarter, and it is more then just very haunted.

Many have reported over the years seeing a dark haired woman dressed in a long black dress, always ... alone pale as the moon and solemn, rain or shine, day and night walking on the great wrought iron balcony. And tales from who have seen her and so have claimed to even have spoken to her. Madame Lalaurie's ghost is said to be very quiet and once spoken to or acknowledged instantly disappears before your very eyes.

STORY BY WADE DAVID BRYANT

The majestic grand LaLaurie House, is located at 1140 Royal Street New Orleans, Louisiana. There is, indeed, a long and sorted dark grim history associated with the large old mansion, and it is all traced back to the most evil " Devil Woman" whoever lived of the Old French Quarter, Madame Delphine LaLaurie herself.

So often called the Most Haunted House in New Orleans and America by many locals and tourist alike, many stories of it's past hauntings still circulate. But new ones are on the rise more and more cropping up every day. One local ghost hunter says that since hurricane Katrina devastated the city many of the haunting's are now more active then ever. Especially these of this popular most haunted spot.

 

Recent Delphine Lalaurie's Ghost Sightings

The Lalaurie House is a real place, though it is now luxury apartments. Whatever was haunting it seems to have never left, as there is now surfacing recent reports of new disturbances, ghost sightings and many new ghost photos. A recent visitor to New Orleans told of her encounter with a period costume dressed elegant lady atop the royal street balcony." I was glancing up I asked her might I take her photo." " I was thinking to myself how nice it was to see a lady in a long old fashioned 1900's period dress." "I snapped the photo, said Jean Mason and then looked up and she was gone." "The photo in question showed only the empty wrought iron balcony and no one in the photo even though I spied her in the view finder."

 

Although most of the current tenants always refuse to talk about the actual goings-on in the Lalaurie house, there are still worried glances and tight lips when tour groups go by or would be ghost hunters rush upon a resident to question them.

Ryan Colman was on a late night time Haunted walking tour of the French Quarter. He had taken the tour full well knowing that the Lalaurie house was part of the haunted places they would stop. And he wanted to see what info the tour guide had, as well as see what others in the crowd would say or experience when the notorious real haunted house was in prominent view.

"As our well spoken tour guide told the Lalaurie ghost story the nine of us in the intimate tour group all looked up to see a pale lady dressed in a long black floor length 1800's style dress." We all were thinking this was part of the tour's ghost experience, a few of us waved and I personally shouted up." " Please smile so we can take your picture." Well, she just nodded. The tour guide said aloud distracting us making us all look at him at once asking me "Who are you talking to! " " I then looked up as did the others and she was just gone in the blink of an eye!"

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Most recently the owner of the house was in the midst of renovating the kitchen when he found a pit full of human bones beneath the wooden floor. The investigating officials stated that the bones were relatively recent in origin, just old enough that everyone knew who put them there. The owner had stumbled across Madame LaLaurie's secret private graveyard.

Although it is known that Delphine murdered quite a few people, an accurate account has never been made as records of how many slaves were owned at the time are sparse. The discovery of the hidden burial pit does raise the deep question of how many lost souls had suffered under her evil dark hellish devil woman ways.

 

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The haunted French Empire house of Madame Lalaurie. French Architect Pierre Edouard Trastour. Madame Lalaurie used the house of horror to torture, murder and ghastly scientific experimentation on her own hidden in the attic slaves. In 1834 her elderly cook set the house on fire to end the horrific satanic devil woman's secret ordeals and actions. When New Orleans firefighters and towns people arrived they too soon discovered the tortured manacled starved slaves chained and dying in the tall attic, a angry mob of people ransacked the great Lalaurie house from top to bottom forcing the Lalaurie's hidden atrocities into the light of day. Lalaurie and her Husband were forced to flee the city and fade into eternities obscurity. But the actual ghost and hauntings began the day the Lalaurie house died. At first in hushed tones, they grey louder then faded, Again the hushed tones have resurfaced and in truth have never ended to this very day!

 

 

REPORTED TRUE HAUNTED LALAURIE HOUSE APARTMENT GHOSTS ENCOUNTERED, SUBMITED NEW ORLEANS GHOST STORY 2006

I recently moved into a furnished apartment in the French Quarter in New Orleans. The building was constructed in the 1830's before the Civil War, and currently contains several nice apartments.

The current owner purchased the building several years ago and claims constantly to me that there is nothing unusual or strange, or haunted about the building documented in the Cities historical records.

Attached is a photo of where I live. And if anyone knows anything about this building please let me know ASAP! The ghost tours are not going on since I moved here post hurricane Katrina, so I will have to contact them and see what they have to tell me.

SUBMITED BY: Randy O.

The Building is located on the Corner of Royal Street and Governor Nichols. The actual physical address is 1140 Royal Street. My apartment is on the third floor just beneath the attic. I really love it and think it's a great place to live, and I don't want to move out.


My apartment consists of a living room and kitchen and a bedroom and bathroom. The floors are hardwood dark stained cypress, and was told it was part of a larger room that was made into three separate apartments.

About a week after I moved , I was sitting in the living room, and I began to hear loud audible, distinct footsteps walking across the hardwood floor in the bedroom. I live alone and there was no one here but me. It was light but sounded like a woman walking very fast or in a great hurry. At first the footsteps sounded like a woman's high heels but I later realized they could have been from any kind of hard leather heel including a man's light footsteps.

The footsteps began in the front of the bedroom and walked to the back, then to the front again. They seemed to have a kind of hollow echo to them, so I initially thought perhaps they were coming from the apartment next door, even as I was looking at the thick plaster wall and telling myself that wasn't possible. I recently found out that my apartment neighbor has wall-to-wall carpeting. So The sound did not come from there.

In addition to the footsteps, I also hear "rummaging" and "shuffling and sometimes the sound of moaning and chains being dragged" and sometimes the smell of smoke like a fires burning.

This is like something out of a horror movie, I mean it. Also strange noises as if someone were going through boxes or dresser drawers, looking for something. I also heard something being dropped on the floor in the attic above me.Then the sound I can only describe as chains being dragged across the floor. The footsteps and other noises occur very often day and night.

I went out of town for three days for Thanksgiving, and the day I came back the footsteps started immediately and then there was a lot of activity, a lot of thumping noises and chain dragging.

I was scared of the noises again last night, so I decided to go out and as I headed out the living room door there were several loud crashes directly above my head, and something that sounded like a body or heavy object hitting the ceiling with a loud thud. And then the Chains began rolling or being dragged across the floor. I ran out the door. I went and enjoyed my self watching the first Mardi Gras Parade of New Orleans Carnival season the Phunny Phorty Phellows street car twelfth night parade. I figured I need a break from the normal.

I spent the day today in my bedroom January 7th, 2006, at the computer, typing this and putting this ghost story in my live journal. I did not go out of the house today. It is very cold and damp, so I am wearing two layers of clothes. I have been mentally exhausted from my work helping to rebuild the city Of New Orleans so have slept most of this lazy Saturday away, I actually slept in my clothes because it is cold and because I was just too tired to get undressed. At about 3:PM. I was awakened by what sounded like someone knocking on door but no one was there. I looked there is a deep 3" scratch that broke the skin and was bleeding and surrounded by redness. It was defiantly not there when I went to bed.

I am very frightened because there is no way that deep scratch could have happened without me knowing about it. It burns and it hurts and I would have felt it happen, if it happened during the night or at the parade which was not possible. I would have known it!

I wondered if the spirit can now get through to me on this plane of existence. I am really begriming to take this Ghost as a true thing and very seriously, and I am afraid.

The only other person I mentioned the ghost haunting to, is a bartender friend named David at the Bourbon Pub. He says he believes me since he had encounters with a ghost in Thailand as a child. And that the Bar is actually haunted by many ghosts that he has seen with his own two eyes. David suggested that I talk to it nicely as they do to their ghost in his country, tell it my name, and explain that I am sorry that I have to stay in it's home and please allow me to live in peace and share it with him.

As I write this, I have no plans to ever move out of here. But today I am very afraid to go to sleep tonight, and I am terrified that whatever it is, does not want me there and is now either trying to tell me that, or worse now, trying to harm me. I think I will investigate it more in the days ahead. And let everyone know what's going here!

 

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This story originally appeared in The Times-Picayune on Jan. 28, 1941. It is reprinted in its entirety.

Epitaph-Plate of 'Haunted' House Owner Found Here

Corroded and cracked by time, the copper plate bore the inscription: "Madame Lalaurie, nee Marie Delphine Maccarthy, decedee a Paris, le' 7 decembre, 1842, a l'age de 6 --. "

Corroded and cracked by time, the copper plate bore the inscription: "Madame Lalaurie, nee Marie Delphine Maccarthy, decedee a Paris, le' 7 decembre, 1842, a l'age de 6 --. "


Marble Cutter's Discovery Starts New Talk of Madame Lalaurie

Legends of New Orleans' famed "haunted house" at 1140 Royal Street, which since 1873 has served as a refuge for homeless men and boys, were revived Monday with the announcement of the "discovery" of an epitaph-plate of one of the former owners of the residence.

The plate was discovered by Eugene Backes, 53-year-old marble cutter, four or five years ago in the No. 4 alley of St. Louis cemetery No. 1, where he served as sexton from March, 1923 to January, 1924.


Backes, who is engaged in polishing, grinding and cutting stones at his little shop at 807 St. Peter Street, decided to delve into the conflicting history of the "haunted house," which is now known as the Warrington House, and of Madame Lalaurie, its early mistress.

Historians are in conflict over the story of Madame Lalaurie and her once-imposing residence at 1140 Royal Street, but, they are agreed that she fled the mansion on April 10, 1834, after a fire swept the building and led neighbors to discoveries in the slave quarters.

Jealous Gossip

Newspapers of the day pictured, rightly or not, the Lalaurie slaves, chained in the cubby-holes as tortured and half-starved creatures and the mistress of the mansion. Newspapers reported that she and her husband went by carriage to Lake Pontchartrain, boarded a sloop at Bayou St. John, deposited gold with the captain, and sailed for ....

There is disagreement whether Madame Lalaurie sailed for France from Mobile or New York; and another school of thought maintains that Madame Lalaurie never left New Orleans, that she died and was buried here.

DELPHINE LALAURIE IN HER GRAND MANSIONS SALON

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They are agreed, however, that she was born Marie Delphine, daughter of Louis Barthelemy Chevalier de Maccarthy, whose name was later simplified to Macarty, and then on June 11, 1800, she was married to Don Ramon de Lopez y Angulo.

Her first husband died on March 26, 1804, at Havana, Cuba, and she married in 1808 to Jean Blanque, who died in 1816. Madame Lopez-Blanque on June 12, 1825, became the wife of Dr. Leonard Louis Lalaurie.

Staunch Support

Stanley Arthur, president of the board of curators of the Louisiana State Museum, is staunch in his support of Madame Lalaurie.

"I have always thought," he said, "that Madame Lalaurie was the first victim of yellow journalism. There is nothing in the record to indicate that she was the type of a woman pictured by them. One must remember that there was much social jealousy in those days, and that Madame Lalaurie occupied an enviable position socially."

He revealed that he had found a record of Madame Lalaurie granting permission for the emancipation of a slave in the early 1830s, which contradicts the tales of her cruelty.

Mrs. L.R. DeBuys, 1417 Delachaise Street, whose husband is a fifth descendant of Madame Lalaurie, concurs with Mr. Arthur and believes that the mistress of the "haunted house" has been unjustly accused and mercilessly victimized; and Mrs. Debuys intends to prove it through exhaustive search of the records. The family had long known of Madame Lalaurie's burial place here, she said.

But to passengers in the sight-seeing busses, the mansion will still be pointed out as the "haunted house," where the ghost of tortured slaves walk the halls at night.

Lalaurie Mansion 1140 Royal Street


In the 1830s, Madame Delphine Macarty LaLaurie, a member of the social elite and wife of respected physician Leonard Lewis Nicholas LaLaurie, had a reputation for throwing wonderful parties. Her reputation--her good reputation, anyway--ended on April 10, 1834 when a fire broke out in the mansion's kitchen. When firemen arrived and found a barred door in the mansion's attic, they entered the room and were horrified by what they saw. Slaves were around the room, some tied down, others hung, and still others put in cages. They were the victims of sickening "medical experiments"--their bones were broken and reset at strange angles, some had limbs amputated, and others had skin grafts; any number of grotesqueries. Not long after the fire, the LaLauries barely escaped a lynch mob that set out to kill them. Rumor has it they either moved to northern Louisiana or abroad to France. In any case, they were never seen again.

According to accounts of the time, Mme. Lalaurie was whipping a young slave girl when the girl escaped and ran upstairs and out on the balcony. Seeing Mme. Lalaurie approach, the girl fell or jumped to her death in the courtyard below. Most often the grisly sceane is reacted by their ghostly apparitions in full daylight hours!

The story, at horrible as it is, does not end there. In the late 1800s, workmen found several human skeletons hidden under floorboards. Many people have reported various, sometimes terrifying supernatural phenomena as well, including the sounds of beatings. A century ago, when the mansion was a boarding house, a man encountered a naked and shackled black man--a man that disappeared when touched. Madame LaLaurie herself has been reported peering into a baby's crib, but this is by far her most benevolent visitation. In the late nineteenth century, a black servant was woken from his sleep, strangled by the translucent blue spirit of Madame LaLaurie, only to be barely saved by a pair of similarly ghostly African-American hands.

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