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Beauregard-Keyes House – HauntedHouses.com

Paranormal Overview

• The entity of Confederate General Beauregard and his soldiers offer nearly the full paranormal sports package.

• Other entities enjoy their good times in the ballroom, complete with music.


This grand mansion, built in 1812, is a strong candidate for being the most haunted house in New Orleans. A General Pierre Gustave Toutant de Beauregard lived in this house until 1869. General Beauregard was the commanding officer of the southern troops at the bloody battle at Shiloh…


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Beauregard-Keyes House – HauntedHouses.com

ADDRESS:

1113 Charles Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

LOCATION:

Can be found across from the Convent of Ursula in the French Quarter.

HISTORY:

This grand mansion, built in 1812, is a strong candidate for being the most haunted house in New Orleans. A General Pierre Gustave Toutant de Beauregard lived in this house until 1869. General Beauregard was the commanding officer of the southern troops at the bloody battle at Shiloh.

MANIFESTATIONS:

* At 2:00 in the morning, on foggy, moonlit nights, General Beauregard and his troops materialize out of the wood paneled walls along the hallway near the ballroom. The living are treated to the clattering footsteps of his entire phantom troops. All the soldier apparitions and the General appear in full Confederate dress uniform, and then slowly turn bloody and tattered, as if they are revisiting their bloody battle.

* Also, an apparition fiddler player and dancing entities have their own dance party in the ballroom, complete with fiddle music, perhaps reenacting a happier time.

STILL HAUNTED?

Definitely yes!

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