Maybe it’s the city or maybe it’s the spirits that got me to go on a haunted tour in New Orleans. While I was sitting at Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, the oldest bar in the United States located on Bourbon Street in the French Quarters of New Orleans. The 18th-century architecture and the liquor aroused my fantasies of what it was like back in the day. How would the ladies and gents be dressed? What was their story? How could I learn more about those spirits, the ghost of New Orleans’s past?
I checked TripAdvisor on my phone for Ghost Tours in New Orleans and that’s where I found a really good deal: The New Orleans Ghost, Voodoo and Vampire Tour. Spooky! There I was sitting at Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop and I found the perfect ghost tour in New Orleans. That particular New Orleans haunted tour was going to tell me more about Lafitte’s Blacksmith shop. The spirits were working on me in more ways than one. I considered it a sign and I registered to take the ghost tour of New Orleans adventure.
Spoil alert, I’m not going to tell you all about the ghost tour, but sightings have it that there is a tall man with long, dark hair seen standing in a back room at Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop. The haunted tour history of that place is rich and you’ll learn about Caribbean pirates, Andrew Jackson, and the battle of New Orleans. You’ve got to take this New Orleans ghost tour.
Another scary detail involves Lafitte’s guest house and a little girl seen by visitors in a mirror. It’s freaky! It’ll make you afraid of things that go bump in the night. The ghost tour guides explain in detail how and why it happens. You don’t want to miss that New Orleans ghost tour story either. Warning, mirrors in New Orleans can be creepy.
Believe me, I had so much fun and enjoyed my visit so much more because I took the ghost tour in New Orleans. It’s family friendly and the Witches Brew ghost tour guides are the best in the business. Make reservations for your haunted tours of New Orleans today. The spirits are calling.