Hotel Monteleone appears to be a portal of some kind. (That’s true of many French Quarter locations.) This hotel is unusual because people not only encounter the hotel’s ghosts, they seem to connect with their own loved ones, as well.
Jackson Square‘s vivid military history is just one reason why it’s among New Orleans’ most haunted areas.
Pirates’ Alley is named after the ghost of pirate Jean Lafitte. He and his brothers – and perhaps other pirates – appear in that alley by the cathedral, especially on foggy nights.
Brennan’s Restaurant is a popular, internationally famous restaurant. It’s also the home of four ghosts. Two appear upstairs. Two appear downstairs.
New Orleans is still among America’s best places to encounter ghosts. Some areas of New Orleans are still in recovery, even in 2017 as I’m updating this.
But, the French Quarter was barely touched by the hurricane and the flooding that followed. So, it’s still a wonderful old city with a great, ghostly history.
The haunted portrait of Comte LeFleur : Three photos of his changing portrait.
Hotel Monteleone – One of New Orleans’ most elegant hotels is also one of its most haunted… in a good way.
New Orleans online – Learn more about one of America’s best vacation spots.
Brennan’s Restaurant – Visit for world-class dining… and a few encounters with real ghosts.
New Orleans book: Late in 2006, I’d nearly completed a book about New Orleans’ ghosts. However, my publisher and I weren’t able to agree on several important issues. So, the book was never published.
Glitches: In 2006, after two weeks of truly weird things happening to this recording, I decided to post it, glitches and all.
Then, in 2009, when revising this website, this one file kept giving us problems. Then, late in 2017, we made another attempt at fixing this recording… with the same frustrating issues.
I still wonder just what I said in the podcast that results in these weird glitches.
Maybe the ghosts are playing pranks? Sometimes, their humor eludes me, but I try to smile anyway.
Music by: Devin Anderson (I think he’s now Devin Anderson Wiley)