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U.S.S. Lexington hosts paranormal investigation

Looking for ghosts on the U.S.S. Lexington
Posted at 5:53 PM, Sep 26, 2020

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Many brave souls, spectators, and more will take part in a paranormal walkthrough aboard the U.S.S. Lexington, located on North Beach.

Those who participate will learn much history about the massive ship and just might come into contact with a few unexpected encounters.

“Sometimes you have nothing happen, which gets a little embarrassing, it’s like "Where you at guys?' but there’s other times where all kinda stuff happens,” said Bill Miller, chief investigator of Blue Ghost paranormal.

Miller says you never know what to expect when you board the Lady Lex, especially touring the ship after hours.

“We’ve had super icy cold spots, we’ve had shadows we’ve had walking in the pathway but nobody's there,” said Miller.

For the paranormal walkthrough, guests will split into different teams and will learn about the different rooms, ghosts and paranormal events that have taken place on the ship.

“I was standing here at one time, I always do a pre-walk to make sure everything is safe and something came up and just rubbed my arm, like that,” said Miller.

Miller says the Lady Lex is full of rich history which should not be forgotten or go unnoticed.

“I want them to learn to appreciate the people that gave their lives and they’re still here still working the ship," Miller said. "I love to see them get more appreciation.”

Crew members say the paranormal investigation will take place Saturday starting at 7 p.m. until 2 a.m. Workers also say they are preparing for their Haunting on the Blue Ghost starting in October.

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