Myrtles Plantation – Ten Most Haunted Places

April 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Haunted Houses, Ten Most Haunted Places

It is said that no less than 12 ghosts haunt this plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana. Rumours and legends surround the old house which is now on the Register of Historic Places.

Among these legends is the haunted mirror. Tradition says that at the time of someone’s death in a house all mirrors should be covered. For some unknown reason one mirror in the home was missed. It is said that the spirits of Sara Woodruff and two of her children are trapped within the mirror. Today many say they have seen hand prints on the mirror which are claimed to be those of the trapped spirits.

Tour of Myrtles Mansion In Louisiana

This is a short video (below) taken of Myrtles. Most scenes are taken outside the house. They have the house sectioned into zones and only the right side of the upstairs of the house it can accessed.

Ghosts Filmed At Myrtles Mansion

Jodie Setran is a ghost whisperer and psychic who photographs and films ghosts. In her opinion, the Myrtles Plantation is by far the scariest place she’s investigated. Her footage in the video below is raw.

Myrtles Plantation~ A Night in the Azalea Room

This is a video clip from a nights stay at the Myrtles Plantation in St Francisville Louisiana. Video was still running as they slept and something moves in front of the camera. December 01, 2007

Myrtles Plantation~ As it Looks Today

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9 Responses to “Myrtles Plantation – Ten Most Haunted Places”

  1. brooke on February 14th, 2010 4:06 pm

    The Azela room video, is that a rat or opposum that made its debut?

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  2. kande on March 21st, 2010 12:07 pm

    i believe that what moved in front of the camera in the video of a night in the Azalea room was a figure of a person maybe hanging upside down but if not its definatly a figure of a person!

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  3. Raven Black on June 15th, 2010 10:23 pm

    It really looks like a bug crawling on the camera. They really should get the video analyzed to rule that out first and then proceed from there.

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  4. Rosanna on October 4th, 2010 12:17 am

    Hello I am the owner of the Azalea Room Video. It was analyzed by prsne now where do you wanna go from here…

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  5. Rosanna on October 4th, 2010 12:19 am

    I so enjoyed my night at the Myrtles. We are planning on making another trip there soon. I will be sure to take my cameras!

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  6. Jake on January 23rd, 2011 10:52 pm

    Yea the camera thing might of been something going over the camera non-paranormal but the ghost in the forest looked pretty legit.

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  7. Kevin Nuber on April 17th, 2011 11:07 pm

    My daughter and I went to the plantation today in the afternoon…we took alot of pics…She took a pic on her lg phone that made the whole trip worth wild…crazy part is she was beside me doing it,,I had a camera she was using her touch lg phone. which takes great pic….would love to post this pic…anyone have info how to do so? Its a must see pic……when you zoom in on the black orb it gets even cooler…help me out someone..please keep in mind it was taken by a child! thanks

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  8. Peter Ricci on May 25th, 2011 3:29 pm

    My wife and I arrived at the Myrtles on Friday the 13th, May of 2011. We checked in around 3:pm and once we got settled we walked around the premises.

    The old oak trees that surrounds the mansion have hugh arthritic branches outwardly extending every which way and the spanish moss that drapes from their limbs down to the ground with little tenticles epitomizes the southern charm.

    Towards evening a thunderstorm came in to cool the air and also kepted us inside. I had set the alarm for 2:45 am and when I got up I went outside and walked around with my camera hoping to catch something.

    I thought there would be other people out doing the same thing but regretably there wasn’t and I couldn’t talk to my wife in joining me so I was by myself.

    I had walked around the mansion taking pictures and after about 20 minutes I heard a loud screech from the back by the gazebo area. A sound I had never heard before which made the hairs on my back stand up. It sounded like a womans’ deathly cry and when I heard it again 5 minutes later that sent me back to my room. The skeptic in me thinks it was probably an owl screech although I never heard one before.

    That night we stayed in the Camelia room which is one of the units attached to the restaraunt building. We had only booked one night and wanted to stay another. It turns out the room we had was booked for the next night but were able to get the room next door, which is the Azalea room.

    The next night I went out the same time but this time my wife Patty decided to join me plus another individual name Rodney was also out to do some investigating. He had mentioned that during the day he got a photo of a figure looking out from one of the upstairs window when suppossidly the room was vacant.

    This night I had taken about 30 pictures and was able to capture three exposures that might be orbs.
    1. Standing between the mansion and the caretakers cabin where I had taking photos of the little worn road in front of the cabin, there is a definite pretty bright orb in the shape of a small circle. Definite

    2. An orb in the shape of a short slash in the photo of the walkway infront of the mansion facing north. Possibly

    3 A photo of the area between the gift shop and the main house from the patio, looks like two faint orbs in the upper part of the photo. Possibly.

    4 A similiar shot of the area between gift shop and main house- as you look between the buildings from the patio and zoom in on a tree on the outer side of the buildings- in the folage area when I zoomed all the way I notice a figure of a face looking at me. This could be my imagination doing tricks so I’m not saying that the face is legitt. When I upload the pics on to the computer I may know better. For now…Possibly

    All in all we had a wonderful stay, the staff was very friendly and helpful, the surroundings were very peaceful. The restaraunt is a little pricey, but well worth it.

    We plan on coming back again.

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  9. bonnie prine on June 4th, 2011 11:05 am

    I am going to the Myrtles with the month….any suggestions of particularly which room is the best?? will I want to stay two nites instead of one?? I will going during the week, I hope there will be plenty of people there.

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