Logan Mansion's haunted history
Ghost of young girl said to haunt local home
One historic Shreveport Home is getting in the spirit this Halloween with home tours of the supposedly haunted Logan Mansion.
"When we move in we didn't know anything about our supposedly 'ghost,' but right after we moved on things started happening," says homeowner Vicki LeBrun. "We just kind of filed them away- couldn't explain it."
The Logan Mansion has a long history. Built by a local beer distributor, it has served as a boarding house, a church, and a radio station, but homeowners Billy and Vicki LeBrun says there's one tennant who won't go away: the ghost of a young girl.
The spirit is said to be a neighbor, 12-year-old Theodora Hunt who jumped from an upstairs window in June 1904.
The LeBruns have dozens of stories about their ghost and share them with the public during haunted home tours in October. Last year, 150 people came for the inside look.
They charge $10 for adults and $5 for kids. The money goes to restoring the Austen Place home.
For more information call (318) 459-2285.
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