Friday, October 10, 2008

Ghost at a plantation !




HOUMAS HOUSE PLANTATION

Completed in 1840, Houmas House is the Crown Jewel of Louisiana's River Road. The home was built during the days of thriving sugar cane and over looks the Mississippi River.

A ghost of a young girl is rumored to be amused at the activities around the home. There has been sightings of a girl with dark eyes, and wearing a blue dress. If approached, she disappears. Could this be the ghost of a little girl who once lived here?
Saturday and Sunday I will be book signing at the Houmas House Art Festival. I'll be surrounded by authors, and artist and will be sipping mint julips on the shaded porch over looking the lush gardens.

Connie Rachal
~Sail into the past of intrigue and romance~
BRIDE OF PASSION
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