their fellow louisianiansto get through this time of need.
They looking for Non-Perishable Food Items. Needed food items include: canned vegetables, fruit, and meats (tuna and chicken), soups, stews, beans and chili. Peanut butter, pasta, rice, breakfast cereal, shelf-stable milk. Highly nutritious items such as protein bars, Ensure and PediaSure are also needed.
They are asking for Bottled Water and prefer in palettes of twenty four. Personal Toiletries and Cleaning Supplies are especially important. The loading dock at the New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau
is accepting donations from anyone beginning at 4:00 pm Monday, August, 15th, 2016. Spirits on Bourbon and Turtle Bay hope to continue to help out. If you would like to make a donation drop it off and we will deliver it for you!
Turtle Bay on Decatur Street is known for its nightly visits in the haunted history tour. Here is one of the stories in New Orleans Ghost Voodoo and Vampires Journey into Darkness Book. . So come on down to Turtle Bay and grab a Beer and Pizza and see if you can have your own Ghost Story.
By Kalila Katherina
Turtle Bay is a newly renovated bar and restaurant that had a number of ghostly inhabitants. Once a favorite hang out with the vampire culture of the 1990s is now a mainstream hotspot for food, libations and lively New Orleans music.
The building is situated directly behind but Ursuline Convent, The oldest building in New Orleans. In the 1700s the lamb a part of the convent ground, and today only a small brick wall in the courtyard separate the two properties.
The Ursuline nuns originally came to New Orleans as nurses to care for the victims of yellow fever and Indian attacks. The nuns also use this land including that were Turtlebay is now situated to bury the dead. The courtyard is charged with energy typically found in burial ground. In a recent investigation of a residential outing we felt the situation I’m being pulled down words in this area.
There is an active hunting here as well. During our investigation, we discovered the presence
of a female entity. Emily once oa servant here are the petite young woman with a little education. She died of yellow fever on the property and continues to reside in the upper apartment of the building and in the kitchen.
We were the first calleded in to do this investigation when the owner of the building noticed that his clothes were soaked with water after placing them on a chair when he undressed. There was neither a leak in the ceiling nor any other explanation for the sudden water. One employees reported that kitchen appliances often turned on spontaneously. A knife flew across the room on its own and Broke. The tip of the knife was never found. Recently a family on the tour captured a thick Fogg of ectoplasm in the seating area at the bar. The ghost seems to enjoy the music and visit from tourist, but is a bit picky as to whom is in her kitchen.
Spirits on a Bourbon was proud to be featured at the 2016 Scaling New Heights Convention held at the beautiful Caribbean resort, Atlantis, situated on Paradise Island in the tropical Bahamas. Spirits on Bourbon, represented by owners Brad Bohannan and Steve Smith , worked with Scaling New Heights to film a ten part Docu-Series called Tech Make Over. “We were able to work with the best in the business and receive some of the latest technology. This new technology has given us a competitive advantage over every other bar on Bourbon Street and increased profits 20 percent. We feel lucky to have been chosen to participate,” said Brad Bohannan to the packed audience.
The series was filmed last December at Spirits on Bourbon. “We have had some growing pains in learning the new technology but at the end it all paid off,” said Steve Smith. He continued, “Not only have we received the latest technology, but we have formed some great partnerships with innovative companies like ‘When I Work‘
which will last far beyond the show.” Joe Woodard reminded the audience that the latest technology wasn’t just about convenience, but about inspiring us to push the envelope even further. We at Spirits on Bourbon will certainly be taking his advise.
Bar Rescue heads “Back To The Bar” to visit with Spirits on Bourbon owners Brad Bohannan and Steve Smith!
Taffer is taking a look into the progress and failures of Spirits on Bourbon. You will get to see some never before seen footage and some behind the scene actions of Spirits on Bourbon.
“We felt lucky and honored that Jon Taffer thought enough of us to ask us to be apart of this special episode,” said Brad Bohannan. This episode touts to feature the most stubborn owners and we will get to see if Jon Taffer think Spirits has failed or succeeded. “Me and Jon got off to a rough start in the first episode but I’m happy that he has been a continues supporter of us and our business,” said Steve Smith. I think you will see some surprise guest and a honest look at Spirits on Bourbon after Bar Rescue.
Join us August 2nd in the Courtyard at 8:00 PM for a Watch Party!