Famous performers to the auditorium include Elvis Presley, Hank Williams, and Johnny Cash. Laveau is one of the many famous residents buried in—and said to haunt—New Orleans’ oldest cemetery. Although she is not truly a saint, at a young age she expressed interest in becoming one. St. Francisville, Louisiana: It's said the hauntings began with Chloe who was a slave punished for eavesdropping on the family. Welcome. Numerous claims of ghost activity. A former hospital this site is said to be haunted by the ghosts of patients who died. Our cabin was perfect. All rights reserved. Some say they feel as though they are being watched or hear footsteps in empty hallways. Countless paranormal investigators have come to the location to investigate the claims made; this includes teams from the SyFy Channel and the TAPS team. The Magnolia Plantation in Natchitoches, Louisiana. In 2015, owner Dwayne Sanburn ventured into 13th Gate Escape Games for year-round frights and fun. The hotel and the theater had a major shift in purpose when the Sisters of the Holy Family purchased both properties in 1881. Over the years the plantation has changed ownership multiple times. Magnolia Plantation’s origins date back to the 18th century. The five buildings are the 100, 200, 300, 400 and 500. Tour guides are accustomed to these otherworldly beings, but bed and breakfast guests may be surprised by what they find. It is haunted by a ghost called Hoppy or Peg-Leg, seen wearing soldier's clothing, a peg-leg, and a gold earring in his left ear. The theater also had incredible success. Later Union troops used it as a garrison. Across the street, you can find the Carnevil Haunted Midway with special performances from Inferneaux Fire Troupe, aerial silk performances, free concerts, games, food, and more! The ghosts of these former residents, as well as others passing through, have been documented in photos, featured in national TV shows and witnessed by residents and tourists alike. Throughout Louisiana, there are stories of ghosts and spirits haunting the halls of our most historic homes. Shreveport, Louisiana: Watch out ladies. Let us know if you had a ghostly experience, in the comments below! ... "Haunted or not, this place deserves to be the center of any vacation tour of the South. This 1859 home is said to be haunted by the ghost of a coachmen who died standing guard during the Civil War. On Nov. 3, 1863. She apparently returns and is heard moaning reliving the delivery. Probably the only thing to beware at this town hall are the very sketchy rumors of it being haunted. Our full service Bed & Breakfast offers 18 accommodations to comfortably fulfill our guest's needs.