Haunted Houses: LaLaurie Mansion, New Orleans  this one has such a sordid history and probably one of the most haunted in US.

Tour the house of Madame Delphine LaLaurie - 1140 Royal St, New Orleans, Louisiana. (Socialite serial killer who viciously tortured and murdered her slaves and subjected them to torturous medical experiments in the attic of the mansion)

The Strange, True Story of Kathy Bates’ ‘American Horror Story’ Character, Delphine LaLaurie

The Strange, True Story of Kathy Bates’ ‘American Horror Story’ Character, Delphine LaLaurie

DELPHINE LALAURIE Marie Delphine LaLaurie (née Macarty or Maccarthy) more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite and serial killer known for her involvement in the torture and murder of black slaves.

Anyone recognize this house? This is the location of our first major case! -S.P.I.R.I.T.S. Team

American Ghost Stories Part I: New Orlean's LaLaurie Mansion

New Orleans. April 10th, 1834. The home of Creole society belle Delphine Lalaurie and her respected physician husband catches fire. As Madame recruits her neighbors to save expensive artworks, firefig

Mad Madame Lalaurie

Mad Madame Lalaurie: New Orleans's Most Famous Murderess Revealed (True Crime) - Victoria Cosner Love, Lorelei Shannon

Marie Delphine Lalaurie: (née Macarty or Maccarthy, c. 1775 – c. 1842), more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite and serial killer known for the torture and murder of slaves. Born in New Orleans, Lalaurie married three times over the course of her life. She maintained a prominent position in the social circles of New Orleans until April 10, 1834.... ~Deadly Women S1,E1.

Marie Delphine Lalaurie (née Macarty or Maccarthy, c. 1775 – c. more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite and serial killer known for the torture and murder of slaves.

American Horror Story - Season 3

Learn more about the gruesome past of the Louisiana-born socialite Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie. This season continues December

Delphine Lalaurie Tortured Slaves | ... In History, April 10, 1843: LaLaurie Mansion Fire « BlackCatTours

Today In History, April 10, 1843: LaLaurie Mansion Fire

Delphine LaLaurie, known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisana-born socialite and serial killer of slaves in the early 19th century

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Delphine LaLaurie, more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite, and murderer known for her involvement in the torture and murder of black slaves in her mansion in New Orleans.

horrifying…  theoddmentemporium:    Madam LaLaurie  Marie Delphine LaLaurie was a Louisiana-born socialite, and serial killer known for her involvement in the torture and murder of black slaves.   The LaLauries, in the style of their social class at the time, maintained several black slaves in slave quarters attached to their mansion. Their slaves were observed to be “singularly haggard and wretched”; however, in public appearances LaLaurie was seen to be generally polite to black people and…

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Madam LaLaurie Marie Delphine LaLaurie was a Louisiana-born socialite, and serial killer known for her involvement in the torture and murder of black slaves. The LaLauries, in the style of their.

American Horror Story: Coven Madison Montgomery; Fiona Goode; Marie Laveau; Queenie; Nan; Myrtle Snow; Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie; Zoey Benson; Misty Day

American Horror Story: Coven Madison Montgomery; Fiona Goode; Marie Laveau; Queenie; Nan; Myrtle Snow; Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie; Zoey Benson; Misty Day

The LaLaurie Torture Chambers: On April 10th of 1834, arson set the LaLaurie mansion, of New Orleans, aflame. As a result of the fire, a series of torture chambers hidden within the house were discovered. A surviving 70 year old slave was found charred and chained to the smoldering building's foundation. Once free, the woman lead the firefighters to a hidden room where 7 other slaves were chained up by their necks. Together they would to testify against their owner. Madame  Delphine…

The LaLaurie Torture Chambers: On April 10th of 1834, arson set the LaLaurie mansion, of New Orleans, aflame. As a result of the fire, a series of torture chambers hidden within the house were discovered. A surviving 70 year old slave was found charred and chained to the smoldering building's foundation. Once free, the woman lead the firefighters to a hidden room where 7 other slaves were chained up by their necks. Together they would to testify against their owner. Madame Delphine…

Marie Delphine LaLaurie, more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite, and serial killer known for her involvement in the torture and murder of black slaves. She maintained a prominent position in the social circles of New Orleans until April 10, 1834, when rescuers responding to a fire at her Royal Street mansion discovered bound slaves within the house who showed evidence of torture over a long period.

Marie Delphine LaLaurie (née Macarty or Maccarthy, c. 1775 – c. more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, was a Louisiana-born socialite and serial killer known for her involvement in the torture and murder of slaves.

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