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America's spookiest Airbnbs

Love Exploring Logo By Karlina Valeiko of Love Exploring | Slide 3 of 19: New Orleans is one of the most haunted cities in the US so it's no surprise this quaint mansion has a story too. Built in 1855, the house belonged to Louise Vitry, a black woman, and her white partner Archille Courcelle. The couple never married due to the laws at the time so Courcelle, who was in great debt, sued Louise for possession of the house. A State Supreme Court ruling in 1858 let Louise keep her home and it's said her spirit still walks the rooms of the mansion. The one-of-a-kind home has also recently been featured in FX's American Horror Story.

Maison Vitry, New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is one of the most haunted cities in the US so it's no surprise this quaint mansion has a story too. Built in 1855, the house belonged to Louise Vitry, a black woman, and her white partner Archille Courcelle. The couple never married due to the laws at the time so Courcelle, who was in great debt, sued Louise for possession of the house. A State Supreme Court ruling in 1858 let Louise keep her home and it's said her spirit still walks the rooms of the mansion. The one-of-a-kind home has also recently been featured in FX's American Horror Story.

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