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The LaLaurie House (graphic!)
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(06-16-2009, 05:09 PM)Pitch Potter Wrote: So that's the lady!

Yep. just a painting though ole Madame Lalaurie

Here is another depiction from a wax museum:

Delphine Lalaurie and Slaves (click to enlarge as usual)

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#22
Wow, that is one pink dress. It about blinded me from the rest of the picture. Now there's another creepy subject...wax museums. Everyone being so life-like, and yet completely motionless. I think any property that had human torture done within its walls will be forever haunted by that impression. This was one twisted lady.
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#23
All ladies are twisted, err uhh oops did I really type that. Dang! My backspace button wont work! Just kidding of course (in case my wife sees this)

Yeah, wax museums are freaky. I grew up watching them old horror movies and I remember a few that were about wax museums. Can you imagine getting stuck in one of them places at night all alone? Man! That would be creepy for sure.

This particular wax museum is located at 1140 Royal Street in New Orleans

Lots more to read at http://www.hauntedneworleanstours.com/ha...uriehouse/

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#24
Yes, you really did type that. Darn backspace button.

I'm going to check out that link you posted. After all, us twisted ladies must stick together..............Seriously, thanks for all your pictures and links to more of the story, not just in here but in so many of your posts. New Orleans has so many haunted spots, and I just wonder how many more there were after Hurricane Katrina. Regardless, a place rich in history both good and bad.
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#25
You know I think I would like to visit one. Vincent Price did the orignal House of Wax and the latest one was a few years ago with that Hilton girl. I am so sleepy that my memory is failing me right now. I'll checked out tomorrow unless someone else knows right off.

I'm off to bed. Been a long day for me.

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#26
Ugh that's gruesome.I wonder if she was mentally stable because no one I know could do that to any human or animal.How could that not rest on your mind for your whole life?I find it odd that I can't even tolorate a little blood while people can commit such gory crimes.It amazes me.
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#27
Reminds me of Elizabeth Bathory
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#28
There's a bit on here about her as well, CMF..........although it started as a thread about the movie "Stay Alive". The Bloodcountess (one of our members has that username, she's the one who started the thread) was based on Elizabeth Bathory. We ended up discussing her for a bit, and the horrible beauty treatment she had.............bathing in the blood of young female virgins to stay youthful.
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#29
Reminds me of the White Witch of Rosenhall.
Very good post. Thank you.
(07-27-2009, 06:35 PM)scarygirl67 Wrote: There's a bit on here about her as well, CMF..........although it started as a thread about the movie "Stay Alive". The Bloodcountess (one of our members has that username, she's the one who started the thread) was based on Elizabeth Bathory. We ended up discussing her for a bit, and the horrible beauty treatment she had.............bathing in the blood of young female virgins to stay youthful.

I LOVE THAT MOVIE.
Although she was never proved gulity of the crime. She was placed in a dark tower of her house and was left there for three years until she died. I think she tortured her slaves and killed them but didnt bathe in their blood. Its like the Count Dracula myth that he was a vampire. He wasnt really, but he did have very bloody tendencies.
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#30
I have a great deal of respect for TAPPS. I will never forget the first season they were on. The camera man they had was behind the team and they were in a tight hallway. They encountered a spirit/ghost and it whooshed past the others but couldn't get past the camera man so it went through him. He was knocked over backwards and he passed out for a minute. When they finally got that heavy camera off of him and stood him up he was nearly in tears and begged to leave. He quit that night and only returned to the headquarters to give a statement confirming what had happened to him. He said from that moment on he was a believer but he wouldn't elaborate. And when they did Waverly Hills I could see the little boy playing in the hall and several other entities on the film. That was when I decided I needed to start talking about things that had happened to me and to others I knew. We were not alone anymore!! Robbie
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