After the Haitian Revolt in 1804, New Orleans received a massive influx of Hatian émigrés, and as a result, their culture and voodoo religion came along with them. That, the sordid history of the south, replete with pirates, mob ties, ... 

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At St Louis Cathedral

October 2015

At St. Louis Cathedral after hearing our last story about Misha or Michael and Julie tragic love story!!!

Our fantastic tour guide

May 2015

She made the tour very entertaining and engaging!

St Louis Cemetery #1

October 2014

Photo is of several tombs we saw during the tour

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

September 2014

Graves at St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

spooky shadows on the New Orleans Ghost and Spirits Walking Tour

July 2014

The New Orleans French Quarter is home to some of the most haunted buildings in the United States. Go on the New Orleans Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour and let your imagination run wild!

Statue in St. Louis Cemetary No. 1

July 2014

My tour guide's favorite statue in St. Louis Cemetary No. 1

Tomb Of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau

July 2014

Tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau at St. Louis Cemetary No. 1

Tour guide, Jack, telling it like it is!

May 2014

On the Haunted History Ghost Tour with Jack and friends on May 4, 2014.... Good times!

Tour Guide Ginnie

December 2013

Ginnie was explaining MRGO and how it was involved in the flooding.

Embellishment on the Tomb of Marie LaVeaux

August 2013

The tomb is covered in and quot;X's and quot; and lip prints as natives and visitors alike make their intentions known to the voodoo queen, Marie LaVeaux.

Tour Photo. Aftermath of Katrina

May 2013


Sign near the levy that collapsed during Katrina.

French quarter

August 2012



We loved New Orleans Architechture

Tour Guide

August 2012



Our guide had great stories to tell!

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