America’s first Ghost Photo Gallery and Spiritual Museum, Naturally from N’awlins- by Bloody Mary
The Bloody Mary Ghost Gallery opened in the year 2000 introduced as part of the" Art for Art Sake" Show in a haunted Slave Quarters on Dumaine street in the French Quarer and ran untill 2005. Since Katrina non-stop investigations have been underway and the collection is immense awaiting its new home. Bloody Mary' Ghost gallery is acknowledged as the first Paranormal and Spiirt Museum in the country and included an interctive Paranormal Display of photos and experiments in hands on Spirit connection techniques. The gallery has become temporarily "Mobile Only" since Katrina and travels with Bloody Mary all over the country and of course right here in its birth hone-New Orleans. Most photographs have negatives on file as proof and more recent digital photographs have witnesses from site .
Look for the permanent New Ghost Gallery and Paranormal Museum to reopen late in 2010/early 2011 and the Book is on its way as well-Please check back for further details adn join Bloody Mary's Facebook fans page for nightly tour photos and updates on projects.
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At present Bloody Mary's Ghost Galleryis a travelling display is actually a giant photograph with free-floating ghost photos placed in their special categories. that can come directly to your museum or special event. An Introduction to ghost photography and psychic investigation is part of specialty tours or in depth seminars scheduled just for you or your group. Full Paranormal Investigations and techniques are also touched on in the Ghost Hunts page.
The origianl photo gallery can travels with her creator and may be able to come right to your door for your party or special event but a hsnd size booklet of photos is shown on tours.
All photos copyrighted to Mary Millan and not for reuse without special permission
Enjoy a few free glimpses of Bloody Mary’s Spirit photo art below and be sure to peruse through the Tour highlights and Postcards to find even more. The rest you will just have to come see in person!
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