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Le Pavillon Hotel - Real Haunted Place

  • 833 Poydras St.
  • New Orleans, LA
  • (504) 581-3111
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There are a couple different ghosts who are said to haunt this hotel. The first is Adda (also known as Eva or Ava), a teenager who has been spotted in the lobby and main entrance with teary eyes. She was said to have been killed by a runaway carriage and her ghost is known to walk up to guests and before disappearing, she says "Pardon me, I am... very lost." Her apparition has fair skin, brown eyes and brown hair that is pulled back. She dresses in black, flowy clothing and carries a clutch that she sometimes drops. Some witnesses say she also smells like lilacs or roses. There is also a ghostly couple from the 1920s who haunt the building. The middle-aged couple has been spotted wandering the grounds and hallways, mostly on the third and fourth floors. A ghostly man, around the age of 20, has also been seen and is said to have long hair and wear bellbottom pants. His ghost is known to play tricks on the guests and cleaning staff and may run out into the street, even being caught on security's video surveillance. And beware - because his ghost may also peek inside your guest room from outside!
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