Lakes Haunted by Ghosts in Louisiana
Since the beginning of time, man has been haunted by the thoughts of what lies beneath the depths of deep lakes, and eerily dark waters. Here in Louisiana, it's no different - during the day, the shore might be a fun place to enjoy the day, but once the sun sets, what was once a beautiful lakefront view takes on a more sinister look - it's impossible to know just what creatures or monsters are hovering right below the surface. There are plenty of local legends to go along with Louisiana's Haunted Lakes as well - many believe that trapped spirits of those who met a tragic end lurk about Louisiana's most famous lakes at night - are you brave enough to find out for yourself?
Manchac Swamp Ponchatoula, LA
Locals call this swamp "Ghost Swamp" and it is said to be haunted by a Creole voodoo priestess named Julie Brown. Stories say she cursed the town of Frenier in 1915, singing odd songs taking the town with her when she died. On the day she died, a hurricane triggered a 30-foot tidal wave that killed a number of people in the town, mostly people that attended her funeral. Legend says for... Read More
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Categories: Real Haunted Lakes & Waterways | Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)