New Orleans Pharmacy Museum - Real New Orleans Haunt
This historic pharmacy dates back to 1823 and is believed to be haunted by Dr. Dupas, a former owner. He was a man who reportedly conducted horrific medical experiments on pregnant slaves. He was also rumored to practice voodoo. In 1867, Dupas died after catching syphilis and his apparition has been spotted after hours dressed in his lab coat or brown suit. His ghost has been known to throw books and move items in display cases, which sets off the security system. Stories say pregnant women are especially susceptible to paranormal activity here.
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