Louis Armstrong was a trumpeter, bandleader, singer, soloist, film star and comedian and one of the most infulential people to come from New Orleans.
We return to round out Jean Lafitte from his move to Barataria to his... death?
We cover Jean Lafitte, the Pirate King of New Orleans! Also, there's some audio issues, so it kinda cuts off, but we will return. We end just as Jean Lafitte gets to Barataria and sets up his empire!
The life and times of Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans.
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We continue our discussion of the Lalaurie Mansion by questioning the story of the brutal happenings and the end of the life of Delphine Lalaurie.
Part one of the Lalaurie Mansion, a French Quarter ghost story staple, detailing the grizzly story of torture of slaves as well as the life of Delphine Lalaurie.
A pirate, warrior, and politician in the early 1800s who was a hero of New Orleans.
Dozens of women shipped from France to the New Orleans colony with only small chests to hold their things. Were they virtuous, goodly women or something darker and more sinister?