New Orleans
New Orleans
Location Information
TypeMetropolitan City
CityNew Orleans

New Orleans is the largest metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. New Orleans is a location in the present and also appears in flashbacks.


New Orleans reached its most consequential position as an economic and population center in relation to other American cities in the decades prior to 1860; as late as that year, it was the nation's fifth-largest city and by far the largest in the American South. Though New Orleans continued to grow in size, from the mid-19th century onward, first the emerging industrial and railroad hubs of the Midwest overtook the city in population, then the rapidly growing metropolises of the Pacific Coast in the decades before and after the turn of the 20th century, then other Sun Belt cities in the South and West in the post World War II period surpassed New Orleans in population. Construction of railways and highways decreased river traffic, diverting goods to other transportation corridors and markets. From the late 1800s, most 10-year censuses depicted New Orleans sliding down the list of largest American cities. Reminded every ten years of its declining relative importance, New Orleans would periodically mount attempts to regain its economic vigor and pre-eminence, with varying degrees of success. In 1950, the Census Bureau reported New Orleans' population as 68% white and 31.9% black.




  • Identical to the town of Chance Harbor, Virginia; the werewolf species once dominated New Orleans.
  • Michael mentions that The Old Ones once lived in New Orleans in the early 20th century.
  • Since Anne Rice published her first Vampire Chronicles and located them in New Orleans, the city has been linked to vampires. The movie adaptation of Interview with the Vampire, starring Brad Pitt, made it even more popular. There are even tours offered in New Orleans to visit the places associated with the book and movie.
  • The magic of the witches that live here were predominately recessive towards vampires.
  • Interestingly, New Orleans can be used to set up yet another Expression Triangle, as three massacres have occurred there.

Behind the ScenesEdit

  • In Season 3, the Union Station portrayed in 1942 New Orleans was located at Loyola Avenue in Downtown New Orleans. It was later torn down in 1954 and rebuilt in the same location, but renamed The Union Passenger Terminal.