Arnaud's Restaurant - Real Haunts in New Orleans LA
This fine dining restaurant features classic Creole cuisine, and is believed to be haunted by "Count" Arnaud Cazenave himself. His ghost has been known to rearrange the silverware or the bar setup to his liking. The Mardi Gras Museum at the restaurant is named after his daughter, Germaine Cazenave Wells, and her ghost is rumored to look over the festive gowns and artifacts that are housed here. She has been seen as a misty form.
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