Ghost Ship: The Haunted 1091
Ships can be haunted too. Step aboard 1091 and you will be guided through an array of hair-raising sights and sounds on the three decks of this 69 year old steel navy vessel, including the lab, infirmary, galley and the infamous radio room. Watch out for the spectral sailors that move through the ship still carrying out their orders from another age.
Unusual paranormal occurrences have been witnessed by the members of the Humboldt Bay Air/Sea Naval Museum, which believe the ship is haunted by a former radio operator that served aboard during the vessels navy career. The radio operator committed suicide in the radio room after he was implicated in thievery of navy property. The bullet hole is still visible in the ceiling of the room and will be one of the highlights of the evening.
Open from 6 to 10 p.m. on Halloween night only
Interactive experience designed for teen and adult audiences, and not intended for children younger than 13 years old.
Due to door designs and stairwells of the vessel, flat shoes are required.
The fee is $5.00 per person.
The Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum has partnered with the Humboldt Bay Air-Sea Naval Museum in presenting the “Haunted 1091 Ghost Ship.”