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New Orleans - St. Louis Cemetery No 1. Photo Trek

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Uploaded on Jan 12, 2011

Enjoy a journey through the extraordinarily and eerily beautiful St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Founded in 1789, it was the first of New Orleans' famous above ground cities of the dead. There are several interesting photos in the album. The photo of the pyramid is Nicholas Cages' nine foot high crypt, which is at his disposal when needed. The white tomb you will see (there are two photos) is of the famous Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau's final resting place. Her tomb is marked with a series of three X's from individuals who have come to her tomb to beseech her for help. There is a photo of an old tomb, also marked with a series of X's. Is this the final resting place of another, though less well known, Voodoo priest or priestess? Just click on the video to be transported to New Orleans' first above ground city of the dead. Want more like this? Check out our website at www.theghost-writers.com. See you there!

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