Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Louisiana

Diamond Grill: The Diamon Grill’s haunts may be a little more on the tamer side but it does have the often reports of shadows and unexplained moving objects. 

Andrew Jackson Hotel: If the ghosts and sounds of little children playing in the halls of a hotel gives you chills.

Arnaud’s Restaurant: The Arnaud’s restaurant in New Orleans is said to be haunted by Count Arnaud.

Calcasieu Courthouse: Lake Charles is home to the Calcasieu Courthouse where the only woman to be executed by the electric chair in Louisiana died.

Old Capitol Building: Fancy bumping into old ghosts? Well at the Old State Capitol Building in Baton Rouge you may find yourself face-to-face with an old congressman.

The Myrtles Plantation: The Myrtles Plantation may be one of the most famous haunts in New Orleans.

Magnolia Plantation Slave Cabin: Along with the Myrtles Plantation, the Magnolia Plantation is certainly another one of the most famous haunted places in Louisiana.

Oak Alley Plantation: The creeping oak trees that cast a shadowy effect on the walkway of Oak Alley Plantation is pretty eerie. 

Manchac Swamp: Here’s where some of that eerie voodoo that you hear about in Louisiana comes in. 

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1: We really don’t have to explain why the St. Louis Cemetary No. 1 in New Orleans is considered haunted.

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