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The Beauregard-Keyes House

New Orleans, Louisiana

A wealthy auctioneer named neither Beauregard, nor Keyes, built this Federal-style house in 1826 in the French Quarter. (The namesakes are later residents Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard and 20th-century author Frances Parkinson Keyes.) The ghosts who haunt the house are rumored to be numerous, including a chess master who went insane while living there, a number of cats and dogs, and the General himself, who is one of the dozens of participants in a ghostly Battle of Shilloh that occasionally takes over the main hall. Try to catch the battle for yourself with a guided tour.
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