The Old Ursuline Convent: Most Haunted Place in the French Quarter?

Surrounded by a high fence and security cameras, the Old Ursuline Convent casts an ominous shadow over the French Quarter. Steeped in mystery, the Convent is linked to some of the most well-known ghost and vampire stories in New OrleansĀ and, staring up at the locked attic windows, it isn’t difficult to see why… Catholicism is…

They Call Him Touchdown Jesus

St Anthony’s Garden sits behind the St Louis Cathedral and, although it is fenced off today, was once a popular duelling ground for the French, Spanish and America inhabitants of the city. Duelling in New Orleans was a custom introduced from Europe and, in the early days at least, did not often result in the…

Cities of the Dead

No trip to New Orleans would be complete without a tour of one of the many cemeteries for which the area is so well known and which, in many cases, have a history equally if not more thrilling than the rest of the city. The oldest survivingĀ cemetery and one synonymous with hauntings and the supernatural…