Zak Bagans interviews Teresa David, general manager of The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, LA. The plantation is considered to be one of the most haunted places in America.
For years, fans have been asking the Ghost Adventures Crew to visit this more than 200-year-old plantation, and the guys have finally answered the call.
Believed to have been built on top of an ancient Native American burial ground, The Myrtles Plantation is now a bed-and-breakfast for anyone brave enough to stay the night.
Zak, Nick and Aaron approach The Myrtles Plantation to begin their investigation before the night’s lockdown, which Nick says yields “the best piece of evidence ever gathered by the Ghost Adventures Crew.”
Not far from Baton Rouge, St. Francisville, LA, is full of the live oak trees and Spanish moss that Louisiana is so well known for.
The stories of the hauntings at the Myrtles are legendary, and therein lies the problem. Separating what is fact from what is fiction becomes the focus of the GAC’s investigation.
Zak, Nick and Aaron prepare to interview Hester Ebey, the tour director who has been at The Myrtles Plantation for more than 20 years.
One of the many beautiful rooms inside The Myrtles Plantation.
The floor beneath one of the beds has been scratched and gouged. An eyewitness account claims that this bed has been known to shake and move on its own, causing the scratches seen here.
Zak, Nick and Aaron learn about Chloe, the slave girl whose apparition is believed to have been captured in the most famous photo taken at Myrtles. Legend has it that she was the owner’s mistress, and when he tried to end the affair, she retaliated by poisoning a birthday cake.
Nick quietly reflects on the history of The Myrtles Plantation, preparing himself for the lockdown later that night.
The dining room is set for guests at The Myrtles Plantation.
Nick films Zak as he recounts the information they have dug up so far in their investigation of the plantation.