Haunted Ship Lexington

By , September 2, 2013 2:20 am

Do you think all old Naval Ships are haunted?

Because of the large number of people that died on Naval Ships do you think they are all haunted?

http://www.picable.com/Concepts/Military/VIEW-of-the-USS-LEXINGTON-MUSEUM-in-CORPUS-Christi-TEXAS.239145

There are some WW-I and WW-II war ships that are very haunted, But there are also area’s where those ship were built that are haunted also…. There are Island’s where some of these war ships landed that are more haunted then some battle worthy war ships….. Just remember this that everywhere mankind has been spirits will exist in those area’s………………………………….

USS Lexington Part 1

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