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ST. FRANCISVILLE, La. — It’s been making headlines online across the globe. A news reporter’s encounter with a possible ghost while filming at the haunted plantation just two hours from New Orleans.
Built in 1796 on what is believed to be an ancient Indian burial ground, The Myrtles Plantation offers something different in these parts of St. Francisville.
“You can’t help but fall in love with this property,” Tour guide Robert Steinback says. “The more you know about it, the more you realize that this was, this is, a piece of history that cannot be replicated. There are other Antebellum homes throughout Louisiana and the South, but each one has its own story. This one has a unique story.”
The Myrtles Plantation is one of the most visited plantations in the area and they say it is because it’s believed to be haunted…
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