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  2. Delphine LaLaurie - Wikipedia

    Delphine LaLaurie. Marie Delphine Macarty or MacCarthy (March 19, 1787 – December 7, 1849), more commonly known as Madame Blanque or, after her third marriage, as Madame LaLaurie, was a New Orleans socialite and serial killer who was believed to have tortured and murdered slaves in her household. Born during the Spanish colonial period ...

  3. Delphine LaLaurie: Biography and History of the ... - ThoughtCo

    Delphine LaLaurie, born in 1787, was a popular New Orleans socialite of Creole background. Married three times, her neighbors were shocked to learn that she had tortured and abused enslaved men and women in her French Quarter home.

  4. A wealthy society woman known for her grand New Orleans mansion, Madame Delphine LaLaurie secretly tortured and murdered countless slaves. Her New Orleans mansion became a house of horrors used for disturbing "experiments" and unspeakable acts of cruelty.

  5. Delphine LaLaurie - Crime Museum

    Madame Delphine LaLaurie, a wealthy woman of New Orleans, is most famous for the torture and murder of her slaves. LaLaurie was born around 1775 after her family moved from Ireland to New Orleans. She married in 1800 to a Spanish officer and in 1804 they went to Spain. LaLaurie gave birth to a daughter, Marie, en-route.

  6. A Portrait of Cruelty: Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie - VICE

    What the interlopers had found was the torture chamber of Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie, consistently ranked as one of the most infamous serial killers in the world—right up there with the...

  7. Delphine Macarty Lalaurie died in Paris on December 7, 1849. The Prefecture of the Department of the Seine reports she expired at "her domicile" but does not specify the cause of death. Letters between her and her children talk about a lingering illness she had been suffering from; it's safe to speculate that she probably succumbed to whatever ...

  8. The Lalaurie Mansion | New Orleans Historical

    Madame Delphine MacCarthy Lalaurie was a wealthy New Orleans socialite and notorious enslaver. In 1832, Madame Lalaurie moved into a neoclassical mansion at the intersection of today’s Royal and Governor Nicholls Streets with her third husband Dr. Leonard Louis Nicolas Lalaurie. Madame Lalaurie hosted many lavish parties there.

  9. American Horror Story Coven: The True Story Behind Delphine ...

    In Coven ’s background on Laveau and Delphine LaLaurie, an angry mob of black citizens in New Orleans stormed the LaLaurie mansion in revenge of her cruelties, specifically on Laveau’s lover who turned into AHS season 3's Minotaur, where they captured Delphine and expelled her to immortality buried under the street.

  10. Delphine Lalaurie - 64 Parishes

    Delphine Macarty Lalaurie, of antebellum New Orleans, was notorious for the cruel treatment the people she enslaved. Lalaurie House on Royal Street. Johnston, Frances Benjamin (Artist) Delphine Macarty Lalaurie was a wealthy white New Orleans woman infamous for cruel treatment of her slaves.

  11. The Radical Impact of Madame Delphine Lalaurie on Slavery and ...

    The Radical Impact of Madame Delphine Lalaurie on Slavery and the Image of African Americans, 1831-1840. Sophie A. Rehlaender. Lakeridge High School. Follow this and additional works at: Part of the United States History Commons.