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Tracey Moore
· November 5, 2017
This is a great view into the mindset of dissonance necessary to normalize and trivialize the barbaric treatment of slaves this attitude embedded firmly in the minds of many Americans and it justifies... ill treatment even to this very day See More
Christopher Weaver
· October 6, 2017
Beautiful house with an ugly history, we saw it both in the day and at night on a ghost tour. Its a must see if you are a fan of American Horror Story, just wish I could've seen the inside!
Parker Larson
· October 31, 2017
Everything I could ever dream of in one place... it would be a wonderful dream to go inside especially on Halloween night!
Shauna McKay
· September 28, 2017
Would have been great to Check out the inside.. but I realize ts a private residence.
Jennifer Morton
· May 22, 2015
So, I went on a Ghost/Vampire tour in New Orleans last weekend. Because, well... why not? Anyway, we were standing in front of Delphine LaLaurie's house on Royal St. For those of you who are American ...Horror Story fans, Cathy Bates played a character based on her in season 3. Her house is said to be haunted by the ghosts of those who were killed at her home. Our tour guide, Aubrey, told us to take pictures of the windows up on the second floor since that's where many "apparitions" have been seen. Yeah, didn't see a thing. As we were walking around the corner Jacqueline asked me to take a picture of the front door of the house. So, I hung back from our group to get the shot. I aimed the camera and pressed my little button and... nothing. I took over 450 pictures last weekend and this was the only time the shutter jammed and wouldn't take a picture. I was irritated and quickly ran to catch up with my tour group. About 10 minutes later, after taking a few more shots I checked my camera to look at my last few pictures. Yeah... There was a strangely distorted picture of the front door of Delphine LaLaurie's house that my camera managed to take without me hearing or feeling the shutter snap. When I showed it to Aubrey she wasn't surprised and said "apparitions like to interfere with electronic equipment like cameras and such." FREAKY. See More
Nichole Renteria
· October 10, 2016
Very beautiful and sad story behind the history of this house. On a recent tour we snapped a few window in particular caught our eye and thought it was stunning. Then took a full fron...tal photo and was shocked to see what appeared on the second floor middle window. Not sure if it's anything but definitely worth a double take! See More
Belinda Bossom
· January 15, 2017
The Haunted Tour (Ghost Adventures) Was AWESOME & The LaLaurie was on that tour. Our guide Mike did an amazing job! The atrocities that went on in that mansion were surreal & hard to bare. It's very h...ard just to look at it! The building is so beautiful a package hiding so much evil! See More
Gus O'Neil
· August 22, 2017
Historic, beautiful, and infamous all at the same time. I walk by when ever I can.
Steve Brashers
· September 24, 2017
I would stay there again, nice history and nice staff.
Chris Anderson
· June 20, 2017
Awesome tour with Hope from French Phantom Tours! Very knowledgeable and didn't skimp on details! Highly recommend her!
Amanda Weiser
· June 13, 2017
I wish people would understand and respect this is a PRIVATE home. Please do not peek in the windows or trespass. That is not okay.
Molly Cannon
· October 17, 2013
A beautiful Mansion where some of antebellum Louisiana's darkest history resides. One could say it sparked a civil war in some ways due to its tales of the sadistic mind of one woman. In saying that, created a movement toward freedom for slaves and the progression today for African Americans. I feel there is not enough credit given to the history of this Mansion and the positive that came from the negative. A true butterfly effect- See More
Teresa Green
· July 14, 2017
It was our favorite tour!! And ask for "Duckie"! He was so animated and made it so much fun!
Nyota Ferguson
· January 14, 2017
Interesting history and worth visiting! The original owners add to the haunted and scary nature of the French Quarter.
Bruce Frausto
· November 18, 2016
Was there last night night and some couple climbed up the pole onto the second story and were walking around. Don't know what happened after that because I left. Hope they are ok.
Chad Dean
· June 23, 2014
I caught them on a cleaning day and sneaked into the courtyard my first day in New Orleans!! It was so pretty!! But such a dark past. Worth the visit!!
Pricilla Fiers
· August 26, 2016
Such a beautiful house with such a dark history. Didn't go on a tour, just found the house on my own. Do wish you could visit the inside
Gabriel Mason
· February 10, 2017
Interesting history of the French Quarter. The house is beautiful and in great shape.
Carol Edmiston
· November 22, 2015
Very disappointed. Just a "spooky " decoration in the outcome. Advertised to be the most haunted house in N. O. Not open to public.
Summer Fuselier
· May 7, 2017
You can only look at the outside. Wish you could go in :-(

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Weird History

19 Facts About Madame LaLaurie, Socialite, Slave Torturer, & Serial Killer


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When police officers discovered her torture chamber, they found a woman whose bones had been broken and reset at odd angles to make her resemble a 'human crab'...

Wax Museum display of attic scene

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182 years ago tonight, the was madness silenced - But yet the screams are still deafening within the walls of the LaLaurie Mansion.

Before the wax museum closed-

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The LaLaurie Mansion is rumored to be one of the most haunted houses in New Orleans. But what is the truth about the house and Delphine LaLaurie?

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The weather is delightful - you can smell the sweet flavors of blossoms throughout the city - This is a perfect time to come visit the city and see this historic Mansion.

The newly remodeled interior of the Lalaurie Mansion!

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Doors fly open and the floor creaks-
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Awesome episode of American Horror Story tonight - I think my favorite part was reviving the newborn baby. What was your favorite?