Blue Ghost Paranormal Investigation on April 30th
***UPDATE THE INVESTIGATION HAS SOLD OUT***CHECK BELOW FOR ANOTHER GREAT UUS LEXINGTON OPTION***
I have been to the USS Lexington so many times and here is a reason for another trip. The USS Lexington is known for its paranormal activity. They have been featured on many of the paranormal investigations shows including Ghost Hunter with Grant and Jason, back in July 2007. I have even had a couple of 'experiences' when I visited while they were filming 'Pear Harbor.' if you believe in that kind of stuff. Scroll down to see a couple of facts about the use of the 'Lex' in the movie Pearl Harbor.
Here is a chance to experience something for yourself. The USS Lexington will host the Blue Ghost Paranormal Investigation on Friday, April 30th. This will be an overnight investigation. Can you imagine what it is like to be aboard the USS Lexington at midnight? This overnight investigation is open to anyone who is curious. Any volunteers? LOL.
The exploration begins as you are taken on a tour of seven different sectors or "hot spots" on the ship, where you will hear the stories of "Charlie" and others, EXACTLY WHERE THEY TOOK PLACE!
If you dare to stay overnight, you will be provided a berthing compartment, continental breakfast, and the opportunity to tour the ship in the light of day the next day.
Join them for a night of paranormal investigation, dedicated to those who served and may still be aboard...if you dare!
The Blue Ghost Paranormal Investigation is SOLD OUT!!!!
Side note the movie Pearl Harbor: The USS Lexington was the vessel most seen in the film. It represented the representing both USS Hornet and a Japanese carrier. All aircraft take-offs during the movie were filmed on board the Lexington. The aircraft on display were removed for filming and were replaced with film aircraft as well as World War II anti-aircraft turrets. There was also some filming onboard the museum battleship USS Texas located near Houston, Texas.