The sensationalistic stories however all mentions of supernatural encounters seem to be taken at face value Haunted New Orleans isn t a terrible book but it s very much a brief survey aimed to titillate Having recently read Wicked New Orleans this book seemed like it borrowed a lot of content from that book which went much in depth and provided much better detail on the history of the city The final chapter gave highlights of locations with reported hauntings but struck me a bit like a travel brochure than book material Interesting but not worth it overall. So
Appealing Now Take A Now take a back in time and explore this dark side with author Troy Taylor as he uncovers tales of some of the most famous and infamous hauntings in the city From ghostly #Cemeteries To Haunted Houses This Book Is # to haunted houses this book is trip through the history of new orleans trip through the history of New Orleans no other you have ever taken befor. 35 learned some new stuff that I hadn t previously nown Good mix of history and hauntings A lot of
Repeated Info But Still Enjoyableinfo but still enjoyable interestingI enjoyed reading this book about many of the haunted places in New Orleans It was entertaining I can t wait to visit the city this spring and am looking forward to hopefully have one of the less scary experiences Pretty much a short touristy book of ghostly NOLA mixing history local folklore and outright gossip It begins with a pretty bad basic history of Louisiana and New Orleans chock full of oversimplific. The very name of New Orleans conjures up a succulent variety of images from the
sounds of jazz to whirring ceiling fans wrought iron balconies and hot spicyof jazz to whirring ceiling fans wrought iron balconies and hot spicy These are the images of the city that many people think of but there is another side to the city as well a darkness that is as carefully hidden as the ga.
Read » PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Troy TaylorAtions and inaccuracies in which it appears the author to paraphrase the Harvard Lampoon placed various books about our city on the floor in a neat pile and went over them countless times in a series of skips and short hops Most of the book is accounts of legends and ghost sightings arranged by location These entries often include some basic
history of the building accounts of lurid events that are said to have caused the later hauntings and mentionsof the building accounts of lurid events that are said to have caused the later hauntings and mentions any incidents and rumors that followed These are not too terrible and in fact the author discounted some of. Tes to the small courtyards that lurk secretly between buildings in the Vieux Carre The dark side is
ALWAYS PRESENT AND IT IS AS COMPELLING AS THEpresent and it is as compelling as the laced coffee and the beignets It's a dark side filled with seductive images of Voodoo vampires and
ghosts for only in New Orleans could darkness and death seem.for only in New Orleans could darkness and death seem.