New Orleans has been washed over by the cultural forces of Spain, France, the slave population’s African culture and a distinct American gumbo of heritage has emerged. Our tour will show you the history of this Bayou City, barely above the waterline. The characters, long gone, or still hanging around, will bring to life the city that created Jazz and perfected Mardis Gras.

New Orleans has ghosts to share, we did not need to stray far to find the best stories to entertain and frighten you. We did however come across some stories far beyond walking distance that we would have loved to included, so we collected them on our blog of Louisiana hauntings for your delight, read them if you dare!



Old Ursuline Convent

A convent for young girls, until a gruesome murder was committed. Learn about the mysterious orphans accused of terrible crimes.

Jackson Square

More than just a meeting place Jackson square is the site of many mysterious figures, multiple spirit sightings and tales of love-stricken psychosis.

The Infamous LaLaurie Mansion

Home of the rich, cruel and powerful Madam La Laurie, her crimes are too ghastly to describe here.