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Museum Brings in Ghost Hunters to Search World War 2 Submarine.



By: Alex Kack

According to ‘the Galveston Daily News’, the Galveston Naval Museum has brought in paranormal investigators to help solve mysteries related to a World War 2 era submarine in their collection.

The investigators set up camera and audio equipment after the museum closes to visitors. They are currently investigating the USS Cavalla, a submarine that sought combat in the pacific theater of the Second World War.

The choice to bring in was sought after staff began to encounter things they could not explain, including phantom noises and glimpses of shadows and other corner of the eye phenomena. At one point they claim that something set off an alarm near the periscope while that area that was chained and locked.

The investigation group Texas Ghostly Gathering claims to have gathered evidence on every visit they have paid to the museum including cold spots and sounds. While this evidence is far from proof of spectral activity from beyond the grave, it is in line with the claims that ghost hunters often make and are signs they normally look for.

According to ‘Stars & Stripes’, a military news source, the investigation has brought some controversy to the museum as some have found the effort to be disrespectful to the memory of the sailors who served aboard the submarine.



Alex Kack is the editor of 'Spooky News' and the Bull Moose Review'. He is a political advocate, writer and comedian currently based in Washington D.C. where he lives with his girlfriend and their excessive number of pets. Follow him on Twitter here: @Alex_Kack He's on Tumblr here: alexkack.tumblr.com
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