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It seems that nearly every residence of a certain age in New Orleans comes with reports of ghosts and the Lafitte Guest House is no exception. The Bourbon Street boutique hotel is a three-story guest house with 14 restored guest rooms with private baths. HauntedHouses.com says the house is home to several spirits including the ghost of a little girl who died of yellow fever.
ADDRESS: 1003 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116 | 504.581.2678
Lafitte’s Guest House can be found on the corner of Bourbon St. and St. Philip St., just half a block up from Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Pub and a few blocks from the bar action on Bourbon Street, in the residential area just north of the heart of the entertainment area of New Orleans.
Lafitte’s Guest House probably got its name for being so close to Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Pub. This restored mansion is described as an 1849, 3 storied French-style luxury boutique hotel, with an attached wing on the back of the mansion.
HISTORY OF MANIFESTATIONS:
A baby of one of the previous owners died here.
In Room 21, a little girl died of yellow fever.
Her mother never recovered emotionally, and died in the room some years later.
Entity of an infant –
Sounds of an infant crying are heard in the mansion.
Entity of a little girl, known as Marie ( 8 -10 years old)
She has appeared in the mirror that is found, outside of room 21.
She has appeared and talked with children who are guests of the hotel.
Unhappy entity of a woman –
Sounds of a woman’s sobbing inside room 21 are heard by the living.
A feeling of sorrow and despair has been felt in room 21.
This female entity has communicated with a guest who stayed in room 21.
This female entity does enjoy walking around Lafitte’s Guest House, and will turn on and off lights.
It seems to be. There are many strong eye-witness experiences that have been reported for many years. Sometmes walls do talk.
See pictures of interior Here.
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