One Of The Nation’s Top Haunted Homes Is Here In Louisiana
This Louisiana Plantation has had a long past of being one of the most paranormally active locations in America.
The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana was built in 1796 by General David Bradford. The home survived the Civil War, but all of its furnishings and expensive accessories were stolen.
The main house is rumored to have been built on top of an ancient Tunica Indian burial ground. It's been told that 10 murders have occurred at the house, but only the murder of William Winter can be proved through historical records. The plantation home is supposedly inhabited by 12 spirits.
One of my favorite YouTube channels is Brennen Taylor. Most of the time he and his brother do food reviews from around the country, but they also visit paranormal locations from time to time.
The next videos feature Hester Eby, she's the Director of Tours at the Myrtles, and she gives a great rundown of the experiences that people may see or feel at the plantation:
One of my favorite TV shows Unsolved Mysteries featured the Myrtle's Plantation in one of its episodes. When I was a kid I loved the show, but Robert Stack's voice and the eerie way the show was produced scared the heck out of me. I never missed it, however, before the show began I would close the curtains on all the windows in the living room and I wouldn't dare put my feet on the floor when the episodes were playing.
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