Stories About Madame Delphine Lalaurie's
Ghost And Her Real Haunted New Orleans Mansion
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LaLaurie Crucible of Horror on Royal Street
House, located at 1140 Royal Street. There
is, indeed, a long and grim history associated
with the house, and it is all traced back
to Madame Delphine LaLaurie. It has been called
the Most Haunted House in New Orleans by Many
locals and tourist alike.
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THE HAUNTED HOUSE 1140 Royal Street New Orleans,
Louisiana." Listed on the National Register
of Historic Places Lalaurie House still stands.
In Americas' most haunted city, the tortured
ghost hold many secrets within the walls of
this great haunted mansion .
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Nicolas Cage has bought a landmark New Orleans
French Quarter property right up the street
from the new home of Brad Pitt and Angela Jolie
according to the website Big Time Listings.
The Lalaurie House in New Orleans has had a
checkered past and according to Wikopedia is
considered the most haunted property in all
of New Orleans.
now Nicolas Cage is the proud owner of it through
his Hancock Park Real Estate Company that has
bought other properties in San Francisco and
The Haunted House
The Lalaurie house, called The Haunted House,
was sold by an agent of the family in 1837 but
avoided for decades by the local superstitious
New Orleanians and remained vacant for thirty
1865 - During Reconstruction,
house becomes a girl's public high school, open
to both white and black children.
1878 - New Orleans school system
is segregated. School becomes high school for
black girls only. Lasts for one year.
1882 - House becomes conservatory
of music and dancing school. Dismal failure
when rumor spreads about owner of school and
no one attends planned soiree and concert. Owner
closes school next day. That night, it is rumored
that the spirits of the Lalaurie house held
a wild carnival to celebrate their triumph.
1889 - An apartment in the house
occupied by Joseph Edouard Vigne for a little
more than 3 years. He was thought to be a pauper.
1892 - Vigne found dead upstairs
- after black crepe seen on the doors. An inspection
of his apartment reveals over $10,000 in cash
and family heirlooms stashed in various places
around the dwelling. Contents of house auctioned
1920 - House is tenement by this
time - many reports of ghosts. "There were
no other families living here and one night,
on the third floor, I saw a man walking carrying
his head on his arm," reports one resident.
1923 - House sold to William Warrington
who established the Warrington House, a refuge
for young delinquents.
1932 - House sold to The Grand
Consistory of Louisiana (a consistory is the
organization that confers the degrees of the
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry).
1941 - A grave marker plate for
the tomb of Delphine Lalaurie is found in St.
Louis Cemetery #1, Alley 4. But the plate is
not attached to any specific tomb so the exact
location of her crypt remains a mystery.
1942 - The Consistory sold the
house. It was turned into a bar, and taking
advantage of the building's ghastly history
was called "Haunted Saloon". The owner
knew many of the building's ghost stories and
kept a record of strange things experienced
by his patrons. It did relatively well with
tourists, but locals eventually refused to patronize
1949 - It was turned into a furniture
store, which did not do as well at that location.
At first, the owner suspected vandals when all
of his merchandise was ruined several times,
covered with a foul liquid filth. The owner
waited one night with a shotgun, hoping to catch
the vandals in the act. When dawn came, the
furniture was once again ruined. He closed the
place down shortly thereafter. Again, it sat
1969 to 2007 -- Eventually, the
house was purchased by a retired New Orleans
physician and renovated into apartments. Much
of the house was in serious disrepair. When
floorboards 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. He restored
the home to it's original state with a living
area in the front portion and five apartments
to the rear of the building. He had no paranormal
experiences while living in the house. At Least
not to the public.
2007 -- Actor Nicolas Cage bought
the Lalaurie House through his Hancock Park
Real Estate Company.
2008, Feb: The house is currently
for sale by Sotheby's.
Madame Lalaurie depiction in wax. Delphine
Lalaurie visits her torture chamber attic
of the Most Haunted New Orleans Lalaurie House.
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HAUNTED HOUSE GHOST STORY AND LALAURIE HOUSE
TRUE REAL LIFE ACCOUNT
TALES OF THE REAL GHOSTS THAT HAUNT THE LALAURIE
to the verifiable report of Cathy, a local
radiologist who was often a guest at the doctors'
numerous gatherings, there were always strange
and unexplainable events taking place in the
home. Among these were unexplained footsteps
on a blocked attic stairway near the bathroom
in a remote part of the upstairs interior,
disembodied voices in some of the guest bedrooms,
and unexplained movements in the empty attic
Photos of the Lalaurie House
Ghosts In Photos Haunted New Orleans
people have returned to New Orleans and many
are now taking pictures of home streets and
what was once familiar to them, and many are
capturing what they think to be ghosts in
these reported real ghost photos Of the Lauarie
House 1140 Royal Street.
Lalaurie House ghost photo submissions.
House Ghost Pictures 2006
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