Rank #2: LaLaurie Mansion Part 1
Part one of the Lalaurie Mansion, a French Quarter ghost story staple, detailing the grizzly story of torture of slaves as well as the life of Delphine Lalaurie.
Rank #3: LaLaurie Mansion Part 2
We continue our discussion of the Lalaurie Mansion by questioning the story of the brutal happenings and the end of the life of Delphine Lalaurie.
Rank #4: Storyville
One of the nation's only red light districts existed in New Orleans early in the 20th century.
Rank #5: Great New Orleans Fires
Twice New Orleans can claim Great Fires, in 1788 and 1794, and both created the city we know today.
Rank #7: Dominique Youx
A pirate, warrior, and politician in the early 1800s who was a hero of New Orleans.
Rank #8: Sultan Massacre House (Gardette-Laprete House)
Looking for a house in The City That Care Forgot? Check out the Gardette-Laprete House, but beware, there's some dark legends that come along with it.
Rank #9: Old Absinthe House
Rank #10: Jackson Square
The centerpiece of the French Quarter, the square is as old as the city itself.
Place d'Armes (Jackson Square) Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve https://www.nps.gov/places/places-darmes.htm
Experience New Orleans
Live Cam http://www.nola.com/jacksonsquarecam/
American Planning Association
New Orleans Historical http://neworleanshistorical.org/items/show/623?tour=56&index=1
7 arrested during monument protests at Jackson Square http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/09/jackson_square_protest.html