A French Quarter Investigation

A French Quarter Investigation

I recently guided a group of women on a ghost tour, and from the start, something felt off. I love storytelling and sharing history. I love watching the faces of both skeptics and believers when I introduce them to a local haunted legend or eerie tale. I’m a good tour...
Voodoo, Love, Murder: Welcome to the French Quarter

Voodoo, Love, Murder: Welcome to the French Quarter

Since 1991, 826 N. Rampart was the home to Priestess Miriam’s Voodoo Spiritual Temple. The historic Creole cottage was a place for spiritual and herbal healing, teachings, rituals, and ceremonies in the West African tradition. But it also experienced traumatic...
Hotel Villa Convento: Quaint, Charming, Haunted

Hotel Villa Convento: Quaint, Charming, Haunted

Since we just gave you some insight on the Ursuline Nuns of New Orleans, it’s only fitting that we carry on around the corner and explore a spot that the ladies with habits once owned.  Many believe this boutique hotel is the legendary House of the Rising Sun. We...
Nuns, Fires, Girls, Vampires

Nuns, Fires, Girls, Vampires

Our story begins in 1718, almost twenty years after brothers Bienville and Iberville found their way to the Bayou. Iberville died of Yellow Fever in 1706, but Bienville continued his quest for the Crown and was ready to settle on the Mississippi.  In 1718, the King of...