Helpful Links

Purple Door New Orleans: Check out one of our tour guide's online Tarot Card Readings and other related items!

The National Paranormal Society: Thanks to Richard and Olga from The National Paranormal Society for including us in your investigation of New Orleans.

Cloud 9 Living: An Experience Gift company offering over 1,700 experiences nationwide ranging from cooking classes and wine tastings to stock car racing and golf lessons.

Inspirock Trip Planner: Louisiana Trip Planner. Create a day-by-day itinerary for FREE !!

We Go Places: The smart way to travel and plan your itinerary.

Grave Addiction: Information about and photos of cemeteries and haunted locations across the United States.

The Cemetery Club: Where cemeteries come to life! An extensive and well-researched resource for people who love cemeteries.

True Crime! NOLA: Discover the darker side of New Orleans with tales of the Italian Mafia, the Mysterious Demon Axeman, piracy, and prostitution in the Crescent City!

New Orleans Paranormal Education: New Orleans Paranormal Education strives to educate people on the basic practices and challenges of investigating paranormal activity in the city of New Orleans.

Alyne Pustanio: More Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans. Alyne is one of the most sought-after leading lecturers on the subject of the occult, paranormal phenomenon, Zombi, and Voodoo Folklore. The permanent home for the annual World Horror Convention, a convention by horror fans, for horror fans, which takes place in a different city in the spring of every year.

Haunted America Tours: These folks go all over America to find the best Ghost Tours. We were voted #1 in New Orleans!

Angels & Ghosts: View the world of ghosts & angels by examining the evidence of ghost pictures & photos...stories of ghosts & spirits; as well as historical, spiritual & religious ideas.

Ghost Doctors: Longtime natives of NYC, they have scoured the streets of this amazing city and unearthed the supernatural underbelly of the Big Apple, from ghostly apparitions to wraiths and even those phantoms that go bump in the night.

Louisiana Haunted Houses: The quick and easy way to find all of the Halloween attractions in Louisiana! Check them out.

Costume Discounters: Wow - it's New Orleans - you really need costumes year-round here.

New Orleans #1 Spookiest City: Check out this cool blog by Alejandra Roca

Conde Nast Traveler- 20 Best Things to do in New Orleans: Check out the 20 best things to do in New Orleans!

Dynamo: A Romantic Boutique in the Deep South- Also on Facebook

Over 20 Years of Excellence!


My partner and I went on the French Quarter ghost and vampire tour on our fight night in New Orleans. Despite being pretty tired after a long series of flights from the West Coast, our tour guide Justin kept our attention with a combination of ghost stories mixed with the history of the local area. Overall a great start to the trip and an amusing telling of the history of the French Quarter. Would recommend.”
- Robert Bennett, posted on Facebook


If you are lucky enough to get madman luke... Then you are in for a treat. Luke is funny, an avid historian, a LOCAL, and a self-admitted skeptic. He will knock your (proverbial) socks off with his eerie gift for story-telling. He will convince you that your 8pm french quarter ghost tour was time well spent. Skip the dressed up fools. Luke is the real deal.
- Keri K.


Robert was our tour guide, & he did an excellent job of giving us the history of New Orleans, especially of the brothels & bars. We had about a 2 hour walking tour that included a couple of breaks, and got such interesting info about the people & places here. This is my 3rd or 4th visit here, but 1st time on a tour. I definitely recommend it & will try the Cemetery Tour next visit.
- chj54 from California on TripAdvisor

Not Just Your Ordinary
Cheap Thrill!

Fun French Quarter Walking tours led by Master Storytellers. Choose from our Ghost & Vampire walking tour, Garden District walking tour, Tour Treme' or Saints and Sinners: a Dirty little French Quarter History tour. Who knew history could be so much fun?

All tours are about one hour forty-five minutes, walking distance is just under one mile. Bring your camera (and your friends), wear comfortable shoes, and be prepared to have fun!

Established in 2006. Locally owned and operated. We love entertaining you and it shows. Join us for the best walking tours New Orleans has to offer. Book online for $22 per person and you receive a discount of $3 per ticket! (Regularly $25 per person).