NEW ORLEANS HAUNTED BARS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
The story of New Orleans ghostly patrons.
New Orleans has always been a
place of festivities, excitement, and of course the Madi Gras. It is such a
unique and wonderful place to visit and live that many dear departed have
decided to stay here and frequent their favorite bars, pubs, and taverns.
Ordering a beer from the 150 different kinds of
beers served at the Alibi Bar at 811 Iberville Street near Bourbon Street, may
be dangerous to ones health, as many patrons have witnessed knives and other
objects flying off the bar and landing on the floor. Just be very careful where
you stand as the knives always fall near where a man was stabbed to death years
ago. Shadowy figures are also very commonly seen around the bar, however, they
are just there and then gone. The attic may be closed but some have ventured up
the stairs just in time to see glimpses of chained children probably children of
slaves that had worked or lived in the bar before.
At 718 St. Peter Street at a bar known as Pat
O’Brien’s there may not have been any sightings, but patrons have felt an uneasy
and scary feeling when they headed upstairs to the ladies powder room. The third
floor is one eerie place and many employees will not venture up there for any
reason with taking along a buddy.
The most famous bars in New Orleans for hauntings
is the Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop. Looking into a certain mirror upstairs might
surprise you when you see staring back at you a beautiful lady or pirate instead
of your own reflection. E.J. one of the ghosts that frequents the bar the most
is still waiting there for wife just as he promised on his deathbed. Among
lights turning on and off and mystic orbs and forms, you may even experience an
invisible hand tapping you on the shoulder.
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