Even the pickles?
The guys who run one of the newer, hip burger places in town started to think that they might be possibly being haunted by the spirit of a woman who died the day after Hurricane Katrina.
Owners of Charcoal’s Gourmet Burger Bar on the corner of Magazine and Jackson streets turned to a popular New Orleans artist to help the woman’s spirit rest in peace.
Charcoal’s opened in early 2012, but before it was built, it was the burial site for Hurricane Katrina victim, Vera Smith.
At the time of her death, Smith was 65 years old. Smith was killed in a hit and run accident by a drunk driver. She was walking on the corner of Jackson and Magazine streets one night. Her body laid in the street for five days. Neighbors said she bled out into the street. Authorities ignored her body because it was their priority to…
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