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Most Shocking Ghosts

Most Shocking Ghosts

If you missed the spooktacular CMT documentary Most Shocking: Ghosts, narrated by Coast's own George Noory, it will be airing several more times throughout October. Visit this page(1) for more info.
One of the stories featured during the program was about the infamous LaLaurie House in New Orleans. Built in 1832 by wealthy slave owners, Madame Delphine LaLaurie and her physician husband used their servants to conduct gruesome medical experiments. In the years since these atrocities occurred, many people have claimed to hear screams of agony coming from the house at night and see ghosts of slaves walking about on the balconies and in the yards. Click here(2) to watch a Flash presentation about LaLaurie House from nola.com(3).
Do you believe in ghosts? Why not take CMT's Ghost Poll and see what other people are saying.

1. http://www.cmt.com/shows/dyn//countrys_most_shocking/86392/episode.jhtml
2. http://www.nola.com/lalaurie/index.html
3. http://www.nola.com/lalaurie/index.html

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