Magnolia Plantation started operating in the 1830s. It was started by Jean Baptiste LeComte II through the Spanish and French grants he won in the 1700s, although his son, Ambrose LeComte and his wife made it into a vast plantation that people known today.
The Magnolia Plantation is a very notable National Historic Landmark for a couple of reasons. For one, 21 buildings from the original plantation still survive today. It has also played a huge role in the Cane River community.
Aside from that, Magnolia Plantation is also believed to be one of the scariest places on Earth. The main house is believed to be haunted, and has been used as a setting for documentaries that are exploring the supernatural.