Merchandise

Find out more about the area’s colorful history, spectacular architecture, and spooky legends in one of the books by David Dominé. Get a souvenir from your time with Louisville Historic Tours and help us promote the wonderful neighborhood that is Old Louisville.

LHT Swag

“America’s Grandest Victorian Neighborhood,” “America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood,” “Weird and Wonderful Old Louisville” — Whatever you call it, we’ve got a wide variety of t-shirts and other items to help you show your Old Louisville love.

True Ghost Stories and Eerie Legends from America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood

This is the best-of collection of David’s first three books about the legends and lore in Old Louisville. Edited and updated, it is the go-to source for the most popular stories of alleged paranormal activity in America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood.

Phantoms of Old Louisville: Ghostly Tales from America’s Most Haunted Neighborhood

Recently acquired by the University Press of Kentucky, this is the second in the original “Ghosts of Old Louisville” series. Included are stories about the the famous Pink Palace on lovely St. James Court and the Stick Witch.

Ghosts of Old Louisville: True Stories of Hauntings in America’s Largest Victorian Neighborhood

The book that started it all when first published in 2005, Ghosts of Old Louisville and two of David’s other titles were recently acquired by the University Press of Kentucky. It includes the story of Widmer House, where David lived for 8 years.

Haunts of Old Louisville: Gilded Age Ghosts and Haunted Mansions in America’s Spookiest Neighborhood

Old Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, is the third-largest National Preservation District in the United States and the largest Victorian-era neighborhood in the country.

Voodoo Days at La Casa Fabulosa

When food writer David Dominé moves into a six-bedroom, three-story Victorian house, he doesn’t realize he will be living in an enchanted neighborhood, one known for its gargoyles and gas lamps, hidden courtyards, towers, turrets, and gingerbread trim.

Old Louisville (Images of America)

On August 1, 1883, the eyes of the nation turned to Kentucky as thousands crowded the lanes of Louisville’s Southern Extension. Tugging a silken cord, Pres. Chester Arthur set the machinery in motion for an event that changed the town forever.

Insiders’ Guide® to Louisville (Insiders’ Guide Series)

Insiders’ Guide to Louisville is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to this storied Kentucky city. Written by a local (and true insider), this guide offers a personal and practical perspective of Louisville and its surrounding environs.

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