The child remains article Louisiana has not had a child with a curse since the 1890s, when a child named Louis the child remained at a local orphanage, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported.

That child’s name was Louis the Child.

The story went on to become a folk tale in Louisiana.

A decade ago, a new report found that Louis the Lost Child, a child whose disappearance was traced to the 1940s and 1950s, was a fixture in the Louisiana home he shared with his parents.

Louis was never found, but he was reported missing in 2005, and the case was reopened in 2018 after a woman said she found a photo of him on the walls of her Louisiana home.

Louis has been living with a surrogate mother in Baton Rouge, where he remains.

His birth mother died when he was a baby, and his biological father was sentenced to life in prison.

He is a member of the church and is the pastor of St. George Parish in northwest Louisiana, the Times- Picayune said.

The Louisiana Supreme Court last month ruled that Louis could not be removed from his mother’s care as a result of the court’s ruling, the newspaper reported.