Laurel Valley Village Plantation

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A former slave plantation, the road leading into the village is said to be haunted that you can often see apparitions of former slaves and people dressed in old-fashioned clothing walking along the road.

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Geographic Information

Address:
595 Hwy. 308
Thibodaux, LA 70301
United States

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GPS:
29.789602873692754, -90.78582698104583
Parish:
Lafourche Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
Thibodaux, LA (2.3 mi.)
Schriever, LA (3.6 mi.)
Gray, LA (6.3 mi.)
Chackbay, LA (6.5 mi.)
Choctaw, LA (6.6 mi.)
Kraemer, LA (7.5 mi.)
Labadieville, LA (10.7 mi.)
South Vacherie, LA (10.8 mi.)
Bayou Cane, LA (11.6 mi.)
Raceland, LA (12.0 mi.)

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  1. This one I can attest too. Me and and my friend chris decided to ride out there one night to check it out, since I had never been there before.we turned into the drive, no problem. I was looking forward to seeing the house finally. Then bam! all the sudden a quick cold woosh sweeps through the whole cab of the truck. you could hear it. Feeling like something just went through me. my friend had hit his brakes during the whole thing. we stopped and looked at each other like did that just happen!? we both had major chills and decided not to go any further then that. we only made it half way down the drive before we experienced our first encounter. I was not eager to find out what was at the other end. I have never went back since.

  2. We stopped towards the end of the road where the old cabins begin and took a pic in the road with the houses behind us and it came out to be a regular pic but it was dark bc we didn’t have the flash on. So we went further down the road and I took a selfie in the road again with the houses behind me. My cousin then came take a pic with me right after in the same spot, and behind us there is a shadow figure of an old man with a cowboy hat on standing in the middle of us in that pic.

  3. me my daughter,2sisters an mom went down here it was close to 130am road seemed ok we passed the cabins drove the whole road to the dead end coming back we got to the cabins an took a few pictures in one the cabin is glowing like its lit up are like all the lights are on but they dont have electricity in them

  4. I recently moved off of hey 1 didn’t know anything about Lafourche being haunted well it is … I took a few pictures before I moved there but never noticed a ghost in my picture until later and it’s a real …wishing I knew this area was haunted before moving hear

  5. I don’t live far from Laurel Valley. Me, my cousin, and 2 friends went down there a few years ago. It was around midnight. We stopped to take pics and heard one of the doors creaking open. Had a few orbs in our pics. And the next morning we found some huge manly (And muddy) hand prints all over the back of my car!

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