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As relentless and inescapable as the river that flows past it, a decidedly dark history courses through the streets of New Orleans, a city haunted by 300 years of accumulated legends and myths. Some of it is rooted in fact. Some is rooted in folklore. All of it is fascinating. Welcome to Voodoo City.
 
Whether it's Saints, Pelicans, Tulane or preps, if it's happening in New Orleans and region, Dat Chat is covering it. With host Jeff Duncan, the stable of writers at NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune and our friends from Fox 8, the "Smart Sports Talk for Serious Fans" finds a new home with Dat Chat.
 
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When is an urban legend not really an urban legend? When it's 100 percent true. That's the case with the so-called Devil Man, a horned figure who, according to legend, terrorized New Orleans in the late 1930s. As it turns out, it's not legend at all. It all really happened, in a bizarre, only-in-New-Orleans occurrence that saw the "devil" land in a…
 
We retrace the steps of the New Orleans-born presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, visiting the places he was known to inhabit, retracing his local history and looking into what role the city played in his life. Many thanks to the following musicians for the use of their songs in this episode: Aakash Gandhi, "Forest of Fear" Noir et Blanc vie, "…
 
In 2011, French Quarter resident Vincent Marcello decided he wanted a swimming pool. He was in for a surprise. Turns out, his property -- at North Rampart and Toulouse -- was built on the former site of St. Peter Cemetery, the city's very first cemetery, which was closed when St. Louis No. 1 was opened. And, as he learned, however, the bodies were …
 
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