Built in 1834, the plantation was turned into a bed-and-breakfast in 1999. It is said to be haunted by several spirits, including Braddish Johnson, seen in stripe pants and silk hat and carrying a gold-tipped cane; a young boy who disappears whenever he is asked a question; and two women and a man who appear on the first floor. In Spirits Hall, witnesses have seen the ghosts of former slaves.
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- 21997 Louisiana 23
Port Sulphur, LA 70083
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- 29.58389028258122, -89.82750320399646
- Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana
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