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#1 Caesar


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Posted 20 September 2004 - 10:45 PM

This ship is said to be haunted by some of its crew members of world war two. it seems to be a residual haunting


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Posted 16 November 2004 - 01:24 AM

We are going to investigate this wonderful boat within the next few months. I can hardly wait and will let everyone know what happens.

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Posted 24 November 2004 - 02:11 AM

Good luck, diw222. make sure you tell us what happened lol :weeee:

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Posted 24 November 2004 - 08:07 AM

World War II was a tremendous time for paranormal activity. Good vs Evil, lambda fields exuding hatred, fear, sadness, etc. Many nexuses were opened. And some remain open to this day. It is not unusual that warships, battlefields, aircraft, armor, or buildings to be the focal points for hauntings. Usually some hauntings have to do with some type of violence committed on their person. WWII is the epitome of massacre, genocide, crimes of humanity, hatred, rage, bigotry, murder, suicide, and just plain-violent-sudden death.
The USS Hornet is NO exception. Remember, the Hornet, Yorktown, Saratoga, and Lexington took major damage, which Saratoga was sunk first, and Lexington a few days later. Yorktown was almost completely out of commission, and the Hornet was damaged so severely that they thought they would have to scuttle her along with the Yorktown. Then both were pressed into immediate repairs, that should have taken months to do, in 2 weeks to join Enterprise in the battle of Midway. Yorktown was sunk, Hornet's repaired hull was again almost ripped open, and Enterprise had moderate damage. Of course, the Japanese lost Hiryu, Akagi, Soryu, and Kaga carriers. Thousands of men lost their lives in this vicious, but crucial turning point, battle. It would be easy to see that there would be some focal points for hauntings to develop aboard the ships.
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Posted 24 November 2004 - 09:25 AM

interesting link..thanks for sharing it with us :(

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