These are some of the following locations we checked out, while at New Orleans:
617-619 Chartres Street - This was the start of a huge fire that swept across the French Quarter killing hundreds of people.
Brennan's (417 Royal Street) - This restaurant is supposedly haunted, but we didn't get a chance to go inside. I heard the food is delicious.
Court of Two Sisters (613 Royal Street) - We ate at this restaurant, which is said to be haunted. Aside from a damn good Pecan Pie Ala Mode, I didn't experience anything.
Dumaine Street - After 1000s died from Yellow Fever bodies were piled up along this street. At the corner
Hotel Monteleone (240 Royal Street) - This was our hotel. There is a grandfather clock in the lobby, where the spirit of its maker has been seen working on it. The former owner of the hotel has been seen by some. Supposedly, people have heard the sound of children playing on the 14th floor hallway, which is actually the 13th floor. A naked male spirit was seen during Mardi Gras season.
Hotel Provincial (1024 Chartres Street) - This will probably be where we stay on our next visit. It was used as a hospital during the Civil War.
House of Madame John Pasqual (632 Dumaine Street) - The spirit of Madame John Pasqual has been seen walking across the balcony. Unfortunately, her real name is unknown. Orbs have also been captured on film here.
Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop (941 Bourbon Street) - This is one of the oldest active bars in the country. There are no electrical wiring throughout the premises, so instead it is lit by candlelight. It was once a hive for pirates, who still haunt the popular darkened bar.
Lalaurie House (1140 Royal Street) - Delphine Lalaurie used to torture her slaves by chaining them up, starving them, beating them, and cutting off their limbs. Her spirit has been seen chasing slaves across the rear balconies. For a short time this was also the home to actor Nicholas Cage. It is currently being used as a private apartment complex.
St. Louis Cathedral & Pirate Alley (Between Royal Street & Jackson Square) - The cathedral is haunted and the spirits of 25 pirates, who were led to their death, have made their presence known in the nearby Pirate Alley and Jackson Square.
St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 (Rampart Street) - The final resting place of New Orleans' voodoo queen, Marie Laveau.
Ursulines Convent (1100 Chartres Street) - This old convent is rumored to be haunted. However, there were also silly rumors about vampires being locked in their caskets up in the attic. The truth is there are several old small caskets stored up in the attic that once belonged to a bunch of women, who came to the country with hopes of finding a man. They each carried their personal belongings inside of small casket-like containers, which are still in the attic. There were no vampires here.