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Lalaurie Mansion, New Orleans
(3.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful but is privately owned so you only get a taste of it from the outside. Got a little history of it on Ghost City Tours, but nothing that substantial. 
  • and open to interpretation. Lalaurie Mansion is currently a private residence dating back 200+ years. Spooky place with creepy history. 
  • This is one of the nicest looking buildings in the French Quarter but once you learn of what happened inside it becomes one of the most creepiest and evil places in the world. 
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  • I'm a fan of American horror story! This mansion is the real mansion. You should go on at least one "ghost" tour and hear the whole story. It's crazy. Btw don't walk underneath the balcony, you might get cursed.
  • Madame Lalaurie tortured and killed dozens of servants at this famously haunted house. At night the tour groups surround the place as tourguides scream horrible acts that never happened over each other. If you like ghost stories take the tour but don't believe all of it. Nick Cage owned it for a minute
  • Very spooky! Beautiful home although it was a place of absolutely disgusting things done behind those gorgeous walls.
  • Beautiful Home built in 1832 for Madame LaLaurie. Former home of Nick Cage. It is now a private residence. I am sure you have heard all kinds of stories about this place :D
  • Cool to see but disappointed there were no tours of the inside. Still a must see.