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Published on May 28, 2012
Supposedly, Marie LaVeau is actually buried in a lesser-known tomb, the same in which remains of her daughter Marie LaVeau II are interred. Her daughter believed that her mother was not in the tomb which most tour guides bring visitors to. Instead, she is perhaps truly buried in a brick tomb about fifty feet away, which is why, according to some, Marie II chose to be placed in that same tomb upon her passing. Who knows which tomb is correct, but this video starts at the "touristy" tomb and ends at her daughter's tomb, both in the south corner of the cemetery on the Conti Alley side.