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Gravestones and ghosts await you! Take an inside look at our incredible New Orleans cemetery history, unusual architecture, secret society history and of the spirit encounters who call these places their home. No one is hired to pop out at you. There are no simulators. If and when that occurs it is very real. Experience multi-sensory adventure from the other side! Learn to see with all of your senses and begin to detect the subtle paranormal realities all around you.
Which graveyard was known as the Druids cemetery? Find out all about this and other secrets buried within the most unusual fraternal and religious cemeteries in the South. Travel inside at least two graveyards and see many more. Learn about the Odd Fellows Rest, Metairie cemetery, Masonic Cemetery, Holt Cemetery, our Potters field), Greenwood graveyard, St. Patrick’s, Cypress Grove, Dispersed of Judea and the Katrina Memorial. Enjoy a haunting walk with New Orleans spirits and explore psychic investigation and paranormal techniques – open your third eye. We will explore channeling, paranormal photography, EVP vs DVP and much more. This is an introduction to spirit connection with theory and application portions.
The tour lasts three hours and has a maximum of twelve persons (with a minimum of two).
The tour lasts roughly three hours and has a maximum of twelve persons.
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Visit the more obscure side of New Orleans Cemeteries: rarely explored gems showcasing architectural splendor, revealing decay and displaying heartfelt sentiment. Spiritual, sociological, architectural, and geographical trends motivated our Creole fore-bearers to honor the dead in above-ground family tombs which stand as proud witness today. See the famous and the forgotten while touring the city. Go to these true crossroads to understand the music and the magic that is that has been left behind as a tribute to our ancestors. Meet musicians, politicians, prostitutes and all the rest that New Orleans has to offer.
Meets Tuesdays at 6 A.M. at the City Park entrance by Streetcar stop or Hotel pick-up with a private tour package.
Visit a Mortuary Chapel, a Minor Basilica, an old Archbishop’s church and perhaps even a Baroque Cathedral. Greet our newest saints — Francis Seelos, Henriette Delille and our first American saint, St. Frances Cabrini — all here in New Orleans! Learn about America’s only Spanish inquisition scare, freemasons, brothels, storyville madams and politicians abound.