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Laurel Valley Village Plantation - Thibodaux LA Haunted Place

   
  • 595 Highway 308
  • Thibodaux, LA
  • (985) 446-7456
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This former slave plantation is rumored to be haunted by the former slaves that were once housed here. They've been spotted wearing old-fashioned clothing wandering along the road.
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    A few years ago, me, my cousin, and 2 friends decided to go for a late night drive down Laurel Valley road. I parked my car and turned the lights off. We heard the squeaking sound of a door. We heard a few other noises too. After we got back in to the car, it almost felt like the car was shaking, so we left. The next day I noticed some huge muddy handprints on the bumper

    Posted 4/23/23

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