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Haunted Tour in NOLA

Posted By Adeline Stone, COT, Friday, November 22, 2013
I had to share my story about the haunted tour put on by the Witches Brew tour company in NOLA.

The first story on our tour was a about a young couple that had some substance abuse problems. After Hurricane Katrina, things became worse for the boyfriend, Zach. He ended up committing suicide by jumping off the corner of the building. Pinned to his shirt was a suicide note that said he was sorry for what he had done and check on his girlfriend, Addie.

When he was found, the police searched in the apartment only to find that there was something cooking in the home. It ended up being Addie.

I thought I misheard our tour guide when she said these names (as I go by Addie and my Husband is Zac). To top it off, my husband is a chef.... And has been known to make a great soup! This defiantly gave us all the goosebumps!!  Creepy, right?!

In the above image, the building Zach jumped off of is on the right.  The oldest and first pharmacy is pictured in the upper left.  A haunted chapel is in the lower left.  We ended the tour at the oldest bar in the United States to tell our own ghost stories over a mean hurricane.  I thought this was just a great time! 

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Barbara S. McCalley says...
Posted Monday, November 25, 2013
Addie,
That is a little creepy that both your husband's and your name were part of the story. Knowing your husband's profession, you might want to sleep with one eye open (just kidding :). I haven't done any of ghost tours while in NOLA but have heard some good stories from people who have.
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