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Peter1469
07-19-2015, 08:47 PM
I saw this on Facebook and thought that I would share.

10 Haunted Places in Louisiana. (http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/louisiana/10-truly-haunted-places-la/)


Louisiana is home to so many ghost stories and scary tales. But there are a few that stand out from the rest. Here are 10 of the most freaky haunted places throughout our state.

Pics with narrative at link.

TrueBlue
07-19-2015, 09:00 PM
And of course everyone must have heard of its spooky alligator-infested swamp areas and the practice of Voodoo especially in New Orleans.

PolWatch
07-19-2015, 09:02 PM
I don't think there is anything spookier than a swamp at night....mist rising off the water, trees with Spanish moss hanging down & strange bird calls, splashes and roars in the dark....

Redrose
07-20-2015, 12:23 AM
I don't think there is anything spookier than a swamp at night....mist rising off the water, trees with Spanish moss hanging down & strange bird calls, splashes and roars in the dark....


We walked through a cemetary in New Orleans and it was very, very creepy. There was one in Savannah, Ga. that was creepy too. The feeling of 'uneasiness' was ovewhelming.

Vilifier of Zombies
07-20-2015, 12:29 AM
I saw this on Facebook and thought that I would share.

10 Haunted Places in Louisiana. (http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/louisiana/10-truly-haunted-places-la/)



Pics with narrative at link.

Was Fort Polk's North Fort on that list?

The only reason I didn't go back out into the box to sleep was because of the fried catfish and grits for breakfast. Otherwise I would've stayed gone till it was time to go.

In the middle of the night/early morning -those barracks sounded exactly like Amityville.

Peter1469
07-20-2015, 02:02 AM
We walked through a cemetary in New Orleans and it was very, very creepy. There was one in Savannah, Ga. that was creepy too. The feeling of 'uneasiness' was ovewhelming.


Savannah is cool too.

Peter1469
07-20-2015, 02:03 AM
Not on this list.

But I stayed there a couple of two week drills but only had a few nights in the barracks.


Was Fort Polk's North Fort on that list?

The only reason I didn't go back out into the box to sleep was because of the fried catfish and grits for breakfast. Otherwise I would've stayed gone till it was time to go.

In the middle of the night/early morning -those barracks sounded exactly like Amityville.

sachem
07-20-2015, 02:27 AM
Some of those buildings look creepy even in the light of day.

Dr. Strangelove
07-26-2015, 12:19 AM
We walked through a cemetary in New Orleans and it was very, very creepy. There was one in Savannah, Ga. that was creepy too. The feeling of 'uneasiness' was ovewhelming.

From "Easy Rider", the acid cemetary trip. Spooky!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp184faWaus&feature=player_detailpage

Hal Jordan
07-26-2015, 12:38 AM
Some places for me to visit! I've seen some shit, growing up in the Spooklight Triangle... I wouldn't be surprised if some of you have heard of it, or at least the Hornet Spook Light...

Redrose
07-26-2015, 02:47 AM
I don't think there is anything spookier than a swamp at night....mist rising off the water, trees with Spanish moss hanging down & strange bird calls, splashes and roars in the dark....

........and that's just from the people. lol

Refugee
07-30-2015, 09:03 AM
Don’t forget the Brits :smiley: Its many years since I last visited these places, but I don’t suppose they’ve changed.

Very gothic and creepy: Highgate cemetery, London

http://www.haunted-london.com/london-graveyards.html
‘HAUNTED GRAVEYARDS
Highgate Cemetery. Swains Lane. Highgate. N6.
The City of The Dead.’

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Most historical place; Edinburg castle, Scotland and the ‘Royal Mile’

http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa042301a.htm
‘The Ghosts of Edinburgh Castle
One of the largest ghost hunts ever conducted results in dozens of strange experiences, unexplained photos... and perhaps more questions than answers.’

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Most mystical: Glastonbury Tor. King Arthur and Avalon.

http://www.crystalwind.ca/mystical-magical/earth-enigmas/sacred-places/3969-mystical-glastonbury
‘Mystical Glastonbury
Located in England's southwest corner is the legendary village of Glastonbury. Rich in both myth and history, Glastonbury is one of the most spellbinding places in the world. Recognized as a spiritual center since the megalithic era, it is the site of the first Christian church in the British Isles and claimed to be the Avalon of King Arthur.’

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Hal Jordan
07-30-2015, 11:39 AM
Don’t forget the Brits :smiley: Its many years since I last visited these places, but I don’t suppose they’ve changed.

Very gothic and creepy: Highgate cemetery, London

http://www.haunted-london.com/london-graveyards.html
‘HAUNTED GRAVEYARDS
Highgate Cemetery. Swains Lane. Highgate. N6.
The City of The Dead.’

12177 12178

Most historical place; Edinburg castle, Scotland and the ‘Royal Mile’

http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa042301a.htm
‘The Ghosts of Edinburgh Castle
One of the largest ghost hunts ever conducted results in dozens of strange experiences, unexplained photos... and perhaps more questions than answers.’

12179 12180

Most mystical: Glastonbury Tor. King Arthur and Avalon.

http://www.crystalwind.ca/mystical-magical/earth-enigmas/sacred-places/3969-mystical-glastonbury
‘Mystical Glastonbury
Located in England's southwest corner is the legendary village of Glastonbury. Rich in both myth and history, Glastonbury is one of the most spellbinding places in the world. Recognized as a spiritual center since the megalithic era, it is the site of the first Christian church in the British Isles and claimed to be the Avalon of King Arthur.’

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I really need to get there...