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Ghost stories of old New Orleans

Jeanne DeLavigne

Ghost stories of old New Orleans

by Jeanne DeLavigne

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Published by Rinehart in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Jeanne de Lavigne ; illustrations by Charles Richards.
The Physical Object
Pagination374 p. :
Number of Pages374
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22965231M

  Originally printed in , all forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new edition. Drawing largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic mA (c)lange of the city set amid period /5(53). Shannon Dawn took these photos while spending time in New Orleans’ Jackson Square. While behind a large church, she and her boyfriend both saw a bizarre image. The photo on the left is what appeared on her phone’s screen, but after snapping a picture, the phenomenon on .

Originally printed in , all forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new g largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic mélange of the city set amid period homes.   New Orleans is notorious for hauntings, voodoo, and witches. Since its founding in , New Orleans has been a melting pot of African, Cajun, French, and Spanish cultures – and each adds a new flavor to the paranormal history of the city. These nine haunted places in New Orleans will terrify even the most skeptical : Catherine Phelan.

Originally printed in , all forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new g largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic m?lange of the city set amid period homes, historic neighborhoods, and forgotten taverns. Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans. deLavigne, Jean. Baton Rouge, LA: LSU Press, pages. ISBN $ paperback. Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans is a collection of stories based on eye witness accounts, old newspaper articles .


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Originally printed inall forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new edition. Drawing largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic mélange of the city set amid period homes, historic neighborhoods, and forgotten taverns.4/4(18).

First published inJeanne deLavigne's excellent "Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans" fell out of print for a long while. Inthe Louisiana State University Press remedied that with a new edition, including a foreword by folklorist and LSU Professor Emeritus of English Frank de Caro/5(7).

Originally printed inall forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new edition. Drawing largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic melange of the city set amid period homes, historic neighborhoods, and forgotten /5(23).

It is the first book written exclusively about the ghosts of New Orleans since Jeanne de Lavigne's classic Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans.

The author visited personally each of the sites, conducted interviews and took by: 1. Originally printed inall forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new edition.

/5(5). Originally printed inall forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new edition. Drawing largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic m?lange of the city set amid period homes, historic neighborhoods, and forgotten taverns.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Ghost stories of old New Orleans by Jeanne DeLavigne,Rinehart & Company, Inc. edition, in EnglishPages: Ghost stories of old New Orleans book Alyne Pustanio has taken a handful of hard core legends from New Orleans and transformed them into a more palatable, engrossing fiction.

I was immediately immersed into the culture of a bygone day, and by the end of the first chapter I felt I had stumbled across a hybrid treasure, a fusion of an old scholarly Journal of local mysteries and a turn-of-the-century Gothic masterpiece/5(11). The stories read like stories, with dialogue from the early 's and containing details that she could never have verified.

These are not accounts of ghost sightings. The author was a writer, not a journalist, and it makes the book /5(18).

Throughout New Orleans, and specifically the French Quarter, you'll find more than a few locations which have ghost stories about children haunting them. Too many to mention, as a matter of fact. So, we have created a list of a few haunted locations in New Orleans where the ghosts of children seem to be more active and present.

Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans as a Source and a Model By Frank de Caro Jeanne deLavigne's book Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans was published in by Rinehart and Company. 1 For several years the book was out of print and available only at considerable expense from antiquarian book.

Originally printed inall forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new g largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic m'lange of the city set amid period homes, historic neighborhoods, and forgotten :   At any rate, I may use this as a guidebook to my own personal ghost tour on my next visit to New Orleans.

de Lavigne, Jeanne. Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans. Illustrations by Charles Richards; foreword by Frank de Caro. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, Originally printed inall forty ghost stories and the macabre etchings of New Orleans artist Charles Richards appear in this new edition.

Drawing largely on popular legend dating back to the s, deLavigne provides vivid details of old New Orleans with a cast of spirits that represent the ethnic mélange of the city set amid period homes, historic neighborhoods, and forgotten taverns.

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Inthe Louisiana State University Press remedied that with a new edition, including a foreword by folklorist and LSU Professor Emeritus of English Author: Richard Gazala. Whether some tour guides intentionally embellish the facts, or legends simply grow grander with time, the fact remains that many ghost stories are just that—stories.

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First published inJeanne deLavigne's excellent "Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans" fell out of print for a long while. Inthe Louisiana State University Press remedied that with a new edition, including a foreword by folklorist and LSU Professor Emeritus of English Frank de Caro/5.

Ghost Stones of Old New Orleans Captain's ruddy cheek. He felt a pleasant warmth all through him, and doffed his cap to her quite gallantly. Her smile was radiant, and he .The singing capuchin --The mystery of Madame Vaquer --The golden brown woman --The soldiers who could not die --The specter on the shell road--Le néant --The ghost of the headless woman --Between worlds --Up from the sea --The gay caballeros --Walking Otto --Tears of Heaven --The devil's mansion --The whispering hands --The magic of Aba Bab --The return of Esposito --The ghost of the German .Editions for Ghost Stories of Old New Orleans: (published in ), (Paperback published in ), (ebook published in ), Author: Jeanne deLavigne, Frank de Caro, Charles Richards.