Top 10 most haunted US bars

Arnaud’s, New Orleans, LA

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Arnaud’s restaurant is believed to be haunted by its original owner, Count Arnaud Cazenave, a French wine salesman who bought the space in 1918. According to the restaurant’s own accounts, more than one waiter has been startled to see a gentleman dressed in a turn of the century tuxedo standing in the far left corner of the main dining room, generally appearing at the restaurant’s busiest periods, and smiling with a “proprietary air”. Another waiter reported seeing a woman wearing a hat leave the ladies room and walk across the corridor before disappearing through the wall where there was once a staircase.

2 Responses to “Top 10 most haunted US bars”

  1. Barb says:

    If you don’t include McMenamins White Eagle Saloon in Portland Oregon this isn’t much of a list. http://www.mcmenamins.com/WhiteEagle

  2. Roger says:

    What about Chet’s Melody Lounge, Justice (suburban Chicago) IL. The most haunted bar in the Midwest. Across the street from Resurrection Cemetery, home of the well-known vanishing hitchhiker Resurrection Mary. She occasionally drifts over for a cocktail when the place is quiet, which does not surprise the staff at all.

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