Apparrently the back bed-room of the house is next door to a "Haunted House". In the late, 1800's a young Turk rented the house. As soon as he and his entourage moved in, the character of the house changed. Windows were covered with very heave drapery, doors were locked, it was rumored the group of young women staying there were members of The Sultans' Harem, the young Turks Older Brother. And that the young Turk had stolen them from the Sultan.
Early one morning, a passerby noticed blood oozing out the front door and inside everyon had been massacared. The young Turk had been burried alive in the courtyard behind the house. (and yes I sat in this court-yard and had breakfast). The murders were never solved. A pirate shipped had been docked a 1/2 mile from the house and came and went in less than a day. Was it the wealthy older brother, the Sultan who was seeking retribution?
Many people who have stayed in the house have claimed to hear tinkling glass, seen a light-haired man who dissappeared as if in a cloud of smoke. Others claim so see someone sitting in a window of the house.
New Orleans is known to have the most documented Haunted Houses anywhere. All I know is I was dissappointed I slept all night with no "vibes".. But my friend did not...
This was our bedroom reflected in the large wardrobe..... looks a little "ghostly" to me\