Newly revised and updated, this installment in the much-acclaimed Ghost Hunter’s Guide Series is designed for locals, new residents, and travelers seeking the haunted history of the Crescent City and nearby locations. Detailed descriptions and historical background for more than two hundred locations guide readers to sites where they might encounter ghostly apparitions.
Sites and spirits in the Garden District and French Quarter include the ghosts of voodoo priestesses, victims of yellow-fever epidemics, several well-known French Quarter restaurants, and the famous Lalaurie Mansion, thought to be the most haunted house in New Orleans. A section on City Park, the Faubourg Marigny, and nearby Chalmette, the site of the Battle of New Orleans, is also provided. A chapter dedicated to day trips suggests the paranormal possibilities awaiting travelers destined for the famous River Road plantations and Baton Rouge.
About the Author
Jeff Dwyer is an expert paranormal investigator who researches ghostly phenomena using highly developed psychic methods such as clairvoyance, remote viewing, and psychometry. He has had a lifelong fascination with and sensitivity to the paranormal, and his investigations have taken him to haunted sites across the country, including battlefields and shipwrecks. Dwyer is a regular guest on local and national radio and television programs, including 30 Odd Minutes, Ghost Adventures, and Paranormal Zone.
GHOST HUNTER’S GUIDE TO NEW ORLEANS: REVISED EDITION
By Jeff Dwyer
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Supernatural
TRAVEL / United States / South / West South Central (AR, LA, OK, TX)
HISTORY / United States / State & Local / SouthCentral (AR, LA, OK, TX)
272 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
66 photos Appendixes Index
Ghost Hunter’s Guide Series
ISBN: 9781455621583 pb