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Ghost Adventures: New Orleans - Episode Viewing Party

May Baily's Place

Friday, February 22, 2013 at 5:00 PM (CST)

Ghost Adventures: New Orleans - Episode Viewing Party

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The Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" crew, Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin, head to New Orleans to investigate May Baily's Place, once one of New Orleans' most famed brothels, among other haunted places. 

 

The guys' investigation uncovers unsettling paranormal evidence.

 

Join us at May Baily's Place for a "Ghost Adventures: New Orleans" episode viewing party!

•This Friday, February 22, 2013

•Doors open at 5pm for drinks

•The show begins at 8pm CST on the Travel Channel

 

Specialty Drink of the Evening - “The Casper”

Svedka Vanilla Vodka 

White Crème de coco

Soda

Cream

$5 each

 

LEARN MORE

http://www.travelchannel.com/tv-shows/ghost-adventures/episodes/new-orleans

http://www.dauphineorleans.com/nightlife

Have questions about Ghost Adventures: New Orleans - Episode Viewing Party? Contact May Baily's Place

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May Baily's Place
423 Dauphine St.
in the French Quarter
New Orleans, LA 70112

Friday, February 22, 2013 at 5:00 PM (CST)


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May Baily's Place

May Baily's Place was once one of the better known bordellos as part of the red-light district, known as Storyville, that existed from 1897-1917 in New Orleans. The modest cottage at 423 Rue Dauphine, built in 1821, was once one of the better known bordellos operating on the fringe of Storyville. Today May Baily’s Place is decorated in a Victorian style with portraits of madams by New Orleans’ famous Storyville photographer E.J. Bellocq. A framed copy of the operating license issued to May Baily is displayed at the bar. A red light still burns in the courtyard as a testimony to its history.

The red light, the memorabilia and the Baily name are all that remain of an era that made even decadent old New Orleans blush.

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