This tour is a must for anyone who comes to visit New Orleans and wants to know the secrets the city is hiding. This walking tour provides guests with the cold hard truth behind New Orleans’ "Dark Side" past and present.
What to Expect
The name of “New Orleans” conjures up a succulent variety of images, from the soft sounds of jazz to whirring ceiling fans, wrought iron gates, and hot, spicy food. Along the swollen Mississippi River, the city dozes, only to come alive at night with the revelry of its people and the blare of music and laughter from Bourbon Street and the French Quarter.
These are the images of New Orleans that many people think of but there is another side to the city as well, an underbelly and a darkness that is as carefully hidden. This dark side is there, just like the spectacular gardens and courtyards, but you have to know where to look for it. Even if you don’t see it, it’s liable to sneak out at you and surprise you when you least expect it.
The dark side of New Orleans is as compelling as the chicory-laced coffee and the delicious beignets however it’s a dark side is filled with the seductive images of voodoo, vampires and ghosts. Only in New Orleans could darkness and death seem so appealing!
But to truly understand the hauntings of a city, you must first explore its history. What events took place to cause the location to become so haunted? Why did so many ghosts lurk in New Orleans? To understand this, take a strange and wonderful journey into New Orleans' past then, prepare yourself for a dark journey into one of the most haunted cities in America!
Try your hand at using an EMF Meter and a Ghost/Paranormal Detector.
Take a trip back in time and discover the mysterious beginnings of the Crescent City! Embrace the rich culture of the "Big Easy" and uncover the French Creole, The Cajuns, Mardi Gras and Carnival, Pirates, Casket Girls and Prostitutes and the Mob in New Orleans. Continue your journey through the darkest history of the city, discover La Belle Epoque, The Civil War in New Orleans and the Unsolved Mystery of Huey Long!
The American Sports Saloon
1200 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70116
Know Before You Go
• A private tour option is available for those looking for a more personal approach when exploring New Orleans. Private tours include up to 28 guests and are priced per tour instead of per guest