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1. Abandon All Hope, Halloween in the Swamp 2010 – 002 10/3/2010 – The 13th Gate - Baton Rouge, LA
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Abandon All Hope, Halloween in the Swamp 2010 – Episode 002 – The 13th Gate - Baton Rouge, LA

In this episode we talk with Dwayne Sanburn, owner of The 13th Gate, about his 40,000 square foot nightmare located at 832 Saint Philip Street, in downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Located in a former slaughterhouse turned sporting goods store, the attraction actually encompases 2 buildings. The building itself actually was constructed in 1849 and has a long history of “interesting” activity happening there aside from it’s present use as a haunted house.

Dwayne shares with us his inspiration and drive to create one of the best “haunted” attractions in the nation and how it has evolved over time, with the help of our burgeoning movie industry talent, to become a nationally recognized, acclaimed, and award winning attraction. We then take a audio walkthrough of the attraction, but don’t worry it won’t spoil it…it has been edited and it changes somewhat night to night in how things are presented and we do not detail which are of the attraction we are in…have fun. We rate this attraction as a definitely a not-to-be-missed event open during the months of September & October in downtown Baton Rouge!    

Dates & Hours

Louisiana's Ultimate Haunted House

September 23rd - October 16th

Thursday, Friday & Saturday Nights 6:30pm-11:30

October 21nd-31st

Every Night 6:30pm-Until the last victim gets in!

November 5th and 6th   "Flashlight Fright Nights"


(Travel through a completely dark 13th Gate armed only with a couple small finger lights per group!)


832 St Phillip Street

Downtown Baton Rouge, LA

Under the I-10 River Bridge

Next to Belle Casino and Pastime Restaurant


Hotline 225-389-1313

2010 Admission $20.00


2. Abandon All Hope, Halloween in the Swamp 2010 – 003 10/3/2010 – The Myrtles Plantation St. Francisville, LA
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Abandon All Hope, Halloween in the Swamp 2010 – Episode 003 – The Myrtles Plantation  St. Francisville, Louisiana

In this episode we talk with Mrs. Hester, Manager Of The Myrtles Plantation. She takes us back into the history of this beautiful, yet very haunted, home. Built in 1796 this current day bed & breakfast is nestled among the ancient oaks on it’s present 10 +/- acres, of its once 5000 acres. It’s present quiet, serene beauty is in contrast to the violence that the home has been witness to in it’s 214 years of existence. Mrs. Hester recounts the history of the home, grounds and stories relating to some of the plantation’s more “permanent” residents.

The home, as we mentioned, is a functioning bed & breakfast and has a number of rooms both in the home and located around the grounds. It also has a wonderful restaurant & gift shop on grounds. In addition to overnight rooms the plantation offers both daytime standard tours & nighttime “mystery” tours.

More information on the plantation can be found at: http://www.myrtlesplantation.com/.

Hours and information can be found below:*




Accommodations  Information*

Room Rates and Descriptions

We would like to thank you for your interest in The Myrtles Plantation. We operate year round as a full service Bed & Breakfast. Below you will find a brief description of each room along with the current rates. All rates are based strictly on double occupancy, with the exception of The Caretaker's Cottage, which sleeps up to 4. All rooms include a continental breakfast and a historical tour of the home. There will be an 11% tax added to the total cost of all overnight stays.

Guest room on the 1st floor of the home:

We have one overnight guest room on the 1st floor of the home: The General David Bradford Suite has one large bedroom with a four-poster full size bed and a private sitting room. Two verandahs adjoin the suite. This room has a private bath with a shower.         $230.00 per night

Guest Rooms located upstairs in the main house:

The Judge Clarke Woodruff Suite is the only room with access to the foyer and main staircase at the close of the day. It has a large bedroom with a sitting area and a four-poster queen size bed. This room has a private bath with a tub.    $230.00 per night

The Fannie Williams Room has a full size bed, private bath with a shower that is located in the hallway just a few steps away from the room.  $175.00 per night

The Ruffin-Stirling Room has a large four-poster queen size bed, private bath with a shower also located a few steps away from the room, in the hallway.   $175.00 per night

The William Winters Room has a four-poster queen size bed and private bath with a tub in the room.     $200.00 per night

The John W. Leake Room has a four-poster full size bed and a private bath with a shower in the room.  $200.00 per night

Guest Rooms located on the grounds:

The Caretaker's Cottage is a rustic cottage with a queen size bed, a set of bunk beds and private bath with a shower. It has a fenced yard, a front porch and is located behind The General Bradford House.           $250.00 per night

The Azalea, Camellia, Magnolia, and Oleander Garden Rooms each has a queen size bed and a private bath with an antique clawfoot tub.    $115.00 per night


Rates are current as of October 5, 2010 but are subject to change without notice. Please visit the Myrtles Plantation web site for current information.


3. Abandon All Hope - Halloween In The Swamp 2010 - 001 10/3/2010 - The House Of Shock - New Orleans, Louisiana
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Abandon All Hope, Halloween In The Swamp 2010 – Episode 001 – The House Of Shock, New Orleans

In this episode we go behind the scenes at The House Of Shock in New Orleans, Louisiana. This nationally recognized attraction has been featured on numerous television shows, The Travel Channel, and all over the online world. T. Mic, Ana & Bozo venture into the inner-sanctum of the attraction for an in-person interview with two of the owners, Ross and Jay as well as fellow shockers Dave, Freddy and Ashley; we find out what goes into (and who is involved with) creating and continuing to run this award-winning horror festival for 18 years now.

Ross & Jay also share with us the attractions long history, current events, the challenges & rewards of operating the festival & attraction and a little on what’s in store for the future of this monstrosity. We’ll find out about the community of “Shockers” who prey upon your deepest fears and what everyday life is like for those who make fear their business…

The House Of Shock Horror Festival is rated as a Not-To-Be-Missed Attraction In October!

More information can be found at: http://www.houseofshock.com

Directions: The House of Shock is located at 319 Butterworth St. Jefferson, LA. 70121, right outside of New Orleans. 


The House of Shock is open these nights in October, 2010:

1, 2

8, 9

14, 15, 16, 17

21, 22, 23, 24

27, 28, 29, 30, 31

Tickets go on sale at 7:00 pm at the box office (in front of the haunted house) on OPEN NIGHTS ONLY.

The haunted house opens at 8:00 pm.

The Box Office closes at 11:00 pm on Fridays & Saturdays, 10:00 pm every other night.

The haunted house closes after all ticket holders have been through the house - this can range between 11:00 pm and Midnight.

If you arrive after the Box Office has closed, you may still see people waiting in line to go through the haunted house - these people bought their tickets BEFORE the Box Office closed.

Those asking to purchase tickets after the Box Office has closed or whining because they didn't get there on time will be fed to our Hellbeasts.