This Historic District In Mississippi Was One Of The Most Dangerous Places In The Nation In The 1800s

Overall, Mississippi is pretty safe. But at one time it was actually home to one of the nation’s most dangerous places – Natchez Under-the-Hill. Once referred to as the “resort of the damned,” it was full of bars, brothels, gaming establishments, and some of the nation’s worst outlaws. Read on to learn more about Natchez Under-the-Hill and its history as one of the rowdiest and most dangerous river ports in the country.

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So, did you know about “naughty Natchez?” Heard other tales about its sordid history? Tell us in the comments section!

Learn about another interesting piece of history in “Explore This Abandoned Mississippi Village For A Glimpse Back In Time.