Spooky Series

Spooky New Orleans

Pull up a chair or gather round the campfire and get ready for creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences under the New Orleans skies. Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to grandma's, this is a collection to treasure.





Part One:  Ghost Stories

  1. Counting Roses – St. Roch Cemetery, New Orleans

  2. Fatal Staircase - San Francisco Plantation, Garyville

  3. Father Dagobert  – St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

  4. Ave Maria – A ship bound for New Orleans

  5. Love Gone Awry - Toulouse Street, New Orleans

  6. The Myrtles  - St. Francesville

  7. Ghost On the Rooftop – Royal Street, New Orleans

  8. The Sausage Factory – New Orleans

  9. Madame’s Revenge – St. Ann Street

  10. The Pirate’s Ghost  - Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop

  11. Un, Deux, Trois –Bayou Teche

  12. The Last Laugh – Lafayette

  13. The Specter’s Treasure – Baseline Ave, New Orleans

Powers of Darkness

  1. Preemptive Strike – Saint Louis Cemetery Number Three, New Orleans

  2. The Person Who Bled Hearts Dry – Mississippi Riverfront, New Orleans

  3. La Maison Mal - LaLaurie House,  New Orleans

  4. Casquettes - St. Ursuline Convent, New Orleans

  5. The Doctor – New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

  6. Aidez-Moi - Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans

  7. Pool of Blood – Constance Street, New Orleans

  8. It’s Just a Costume, Right? – Bourbon Street, New Orleans

  9. Forty-Nine Beaus – New Orleans

  10. Mon Ami, Loup Garou – Governor Nicholls Street, New Orleans

  11. Death Tree - Gardette Le Prevete House, New Orleans

  12. Voodoo Queen – St. Ann’s Street,  New Orleans

  13. Zombie –  Chalmette Battlefield and Fort St. Phillip


About the Author

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Schlosser, author of the Spooky Series

About the Author: S.E. Schlosser

S.E. Schlosser is the author of the Spooky Series by Globe Pequot Press, as well as the Ghost Stories deck by Random House.  She has been telling stories since she was a child, when games of "let's pretend" quickly built themselves into full-length tales acted out with friends. A graduate of both Houghton College and the Institute of Children's Literature, Sandy received her MLS from Rutgers University while working as a full-time music teacher and a freelance author. Read more

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