LaLaurie Mansion

LaLaurie Mansion

In 1832, Delphine LaLaurie and her husband moved into their mansion which is situated on the 1100 block of Royal Street.  Over the course of her life in this house, it’s said that she had a room in the attic where she brutally tortured dozens of slaves in a truly barbaric fashioned.  Now the house serves as a collection of luxury apartments, and as an important stop during most haunted tours of the French Quarter.

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