Restaurant Owner Shares His Experiences in Haunted Shreveport
Saturday was the inaugural night for “Haunted Shreveport” dinner and shuttle tours. And it was a great weekend for “ghost-hunting” — with the cooler temperatures and low humidity.
Rick Rose owns Twine-Shreveport, which provides the dinner portion of the evening. He says things kick off at the Line Avenue restaurant with a three-course meal and a glass of wine, then participants board the i-Shuttle and head out to explore some of the more paranormal locations of town. Some of those include what’s called the “Golden Triangle” — The Municipal Auditorium (reportedly an incredibly haunted place!), Oaklawn Cemetery and Logan Mansion (which I have actually toured.) It also focuses on the historic region of Fairfield, and the Caddo Courthouse downtown. After the tour, folks head back to the restaurant for dessert and another glass of wine (“to take the edge off,” he says.)
Rose says the first night of tours saw a full house, and he’s looking for future ones to be quickly booked. Find out more here.
And if you want a little background on Rick and his (HAUNTED) restaurant, listen below!