New Orleans, widely considered to be the most haunted city in the United States, has captivated the macabre minds of both believers and spiritual skeptics alike for generations. Other notable cities have tried to take this title with bravado, but New Orleans always seems to claim the crown. Savannah, GA and St. Augustine FL, often appear at the top of this ghastly ballot. Both have experienced massive amounts of death and long troublesome histories, St. Augustine being one of the oldest cities in the United States, and Savannah being burned down during the Civil War. They pale in comparison to the legacy that New Orleans has imprinted in the hearts and souls of the American Psyche.
The Crescent City, nestled away in the small dip that protrudes from the great river Mississippi, has experienced more death, hardship and violence than most American cities could withstand. Each building, bar, restaurant, cemetery, and church, inside and outside the French Quarter, holds horrific tales of murder, pestilence, violence, and desperation. The historic old streets of the city whisper the narrative of a metropolis with its back against the walls of a turmoiled society. The challenges of disease, crime, civil liberties, economics, and war paint the outlines of the sordid stories told to this day. The actions of its citizens and the ever-changing sands of time fill in the blank spaces. New Orleans Most Haunted recounts these horrific events in full detail and the otherworldly characters produced in the process.
Welcome to New Orleans Most Haunted
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