Ghost hunting on a creepy haunted ship and a paranormal investigator gets touched! New video footage from Dead Explorer Episode 64: Paranormal Investigation on the USS Lexington!
This is one of the first areas I investigated that evening on the USS Lexington. Our host indicated that there was a ghost named Charlie who haunted that room. What made us stop there and set up our gear was that we got major K2 hits as we did the pre-investigation tour. Unfortunately we were not able to recapture those readings while we were investigating. There were several items I noted in my research in efforts to debunk false evidence. There were several repetitive sounds throughout the ship that I believe can be accredited to waves hitting the ship. In addition, you can clearly hear vehicles from a distance, even in the deepest parts of the ship (the USS Lexington is near downtown Corpus Christi in a tourist area). Finally, you have to take into account the mechanical sounds that you find naturally in an old battleship. This investigation featured guest paranormal investigator Javier “Harvey” Martinez.
Ghost Rewind is my paranormal show where we look back at old Dead Explorer videos. This is 100% never before seen new footage from my investigation on the USS Lexington. Previously in Episode 64 (original upload date 8/13/14) I shared footage from a ghost hunt in the captain’s quarters.
This is actually the fourth paranormal investigation I have performed on haunted naval ships. What made this one unique was that it was very hot in the ship which made for a more physically challenging investigation. I can’t say I was surprised. It was over ninety degrees outside and a steel ship is not easy to keep cool. Conversely, on previous investigations on the USS Hornet (in Alameda, California) performed in the winter, the ship was exceptionally cold.