We're pleased to welcome back guest blogger Harry Parsons of Arcadia Publishing. You may remember his post about 6 of the most notorious graveyards in America. This post profiles the eternal residents of one of those graveyards.
If you’ve always wondered which of America’s most famous cemeteries is notorious for
We're very pleased to welcome Harry Parsons from Arcadia Publishing with this fabulous guest post about notorious graveyards. Enjoy!
With Halloween fast approaching, it only stands to reason that our thoughts might be turning to ghost stories and creepy things in anticipation right around now. We’re wondering what we should dress
Happy Mardi Gras! Laissez les bon temps rouler!
I thought it'd be fun to explore the most haunted Fat Tuesday/Carnival cities that I could find. Dare to join me? Let's indulge...
New Orleans, Louisiana
I think it's safe to say that the first place that probably pops to most people's minds if they
We're excited to publish this wonderful guest post courtesy of Steven P. Unger, the best-selling author of In the Footsteps of Dracula: A Personal Journey and Travel Guide.
I wrote this article on New Orleans as an homage to one of my favorite cities, one still fresh in my mind and
When I shared the link about the reader seeking advice on trip planning to haunted New Orleans on HJ's Facebook page, I got a great comment from a Jaunter named Alyne. She lives in New Orleans and had some fantastic insights to share about enjoying the paranormal tourism there.
I love when people email questions seeking advice on planning their trips to haunted places. Here's an email I recently received from someone planning a trip to haunted New Orleans:
My name is Kaylie, and my best friend and I plan on taking a haunted trip to New Orleans during the
What a year it's been! As 2011 draws to a close, the travel tally stands at:
Four countries: Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and Turkey
Two continents: Europe and Asia (Three if you count flying over Greenland, which I'm inclined to do because (a) the pilot flew low enough for us to see it,