Saint Louis Cemetery No.1
Considered the most haunted cemetery in the country, St. Louis Cemetery was established in 1789 in what was then known as the “back of town” area of the French Quarter. It was undeveloped and served as the best area to discard of the many who had succumbed to the high mortality rate of life in the early days of New Orleans. About one square city block in size, it is home to hundreds of thousands of remains, as tradition calls for crypts to be reused each year. I have spent considerable time there and am always awed by the paranormal energy that can be felt. Thought to be the home of the tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, many visitors leave gifts for her in hope of magical aid assisting them from the grave. I personally feel that it is her daughter and namesake, also a great voodoo priestess, whose presence is most evident.
Where to find it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Louis_Cemetery/