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DESTREHAN MANOR, DESTREHAN, LOUISIANA-33 DEGREE

  Author:  18155  Category:(Hauntings) Created:(7/9/2003 11:05:00 AM)
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Ghosts started to appear it this 1790s manor house after restoration in the 1980s. A white figure appeared, sitting in a phantom chair, crossing a driveway,and peering out a second floor window. The ghost, as well as spectral lights and disembodied faces, has been reported by visitors, museum workers, and deliverymen. The spirit is thought to be Stephen Henderson, who lived at the manor with his wife, Elenore in the 1850s. Elenore died at the age of nineteen and Stephen, overcome with grief, died a few years later. Others propose former resident Jean Lafitte, who owned ten pirate ships in the early 1800s. Vandals searched for his lost treasure here in the 1060s. Same source, p.190. 33 DEGREE

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