& Ghosts at Sea
The USS Alameda is considered one of the most
haunted ships in America. To read the fascinating story of this mighty
Including the Flying Dutchman, the Ghosts of the Great Lakes, River of
Death, and more. Lots of good reading here.
at the Ghosts of the Queen Mary site (currently offline), you can read her
history, about the ghosts
that haunt the Queen Mary, including the pool area, and read true encounters of
those who have met these spirits. You may encounter these tales when studying
for a public
administration degree and finding out about seafaring life.
about the mystery of the Mary Celeste, one of Canada's ghostliest legends.
You'll find theories of what happened to that fateful ship, the known events
surrounding the haunting mystery and the history of some of its crew.
Come meet the Lexington Ghost - a polite
gentleman who's presence have left more than a few visitors with an uneasy
more about this magnificent vessel
The sinking of the Edmond Fitzgerald
the early evening of November 10, 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald sunk on
Lake Superior during a heavy storm. Her Captain and crew of 28 men were
never found. No one knows why the ship sank so quickly or why the
Captain never sent out a
distress call. And though many years have passed since
the incident, mystery still surrounds the sinking."
With so many legends and myths, experiences
and pirates tales, one can hardly discount the possible existence of shipboard
ghosts and haunted boats.