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The U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship
An overnight paranormal experience!

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Join Get Haunted as we board the USS North Carolina for the first time. 

This one has been on our bucket list for a long time now – and here it is! Please read all about what is included with this event.


Your tickets include 


8 am – 5 pm: Ticket holders are allowed to tour the Battleship on their own!

6 pm: Check-In & Orientation 

7 pm – 3 am: Investigation 

4 hours of Torpedo Room access!

Snacks and Beverages all evening

Time to investigate the ship on your own!

An unforgettable experience!


While we cannot guarantee the paranormal , we CAN guarantee that you will be greeted by the most caring and friendly team in the industry.


Why Get Haunted?

We strive to be different than the others. Get Haunted was created so that we could give back to the 
community, to teams, and to locations. We know the amount of effort you put into what you do, and we appreciate you.
We do not overbook. 
We do not cancel events unless it is outside of our control.
We do not stage or fake evidence.
We do not put on a show. We investigate with you, not in front of you.
We want YOUR night to be fun and exciting. While we cannot guarantee anything paranormal, we can promise you that we will do everything we can to provide you with a fun and interactive experience. Our team truly loves people and the paranormal.

Our return guests are a testament to what we do – we know how to conduct legitimate investigations and have fun doing it!


What To Expect:

We want your night to be amazing and fun! Here is a general overview of what a typical night looks like with Get Haunted
Please arrive by the designated time so that we may get you checked in, collect your waivers, cover safety, and perform introductions. We always strive to get started on time.

1st Half of the Night
Check-in and Orientation
Break in to small teams for semi-structured investigations for the first half of the evening
Evidence / Personal experience recaps
Bring and use your own equipment or you can use ours throughout the night!
Paranormal Challenges

2nd Half of the Night
Free time to explore the location on your own - need help? Just ask on of us to go with you!
Unique Paranormal Experiments at various points throughout the night.
Wrap-up and farewells!

Note: Snacks / Beverages will be provided for the entire evening


History of the Battleship


·  Keel laid October 27, 1937, New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York

·  First battleship to be constructed in sixteen years and first of 10 fast battleships.

·  Launched June 13, 1940

·  The world’s greatest sea weapon was commissioned on April 9, 1941.

·  Armament included nine 16-inch/45 caliber guns in three turrets, twenty 5-inch/38 caliber guns in ten twin mounts and sixty 40-mm/56 caliber guns in fifteen quadruple mounts.

·  Ship’s Company: 144 commissioned officers and 2,195 enlisted men, including 86 Marines.

·  During World War II, NORTH CAROLINA participated in every major naval offensive in the Pacific area of operations and earned 15 battle stars.

·  Battle of the Eastern Solomons, August 1942. The Battleship’s anti-aircraft barrage helped save the carrier ENTERPRISE, thereby establishing the primary role of the fast battleship as protector of aircraft carriers. One of her Kingfisher pilots performed heroically during the strike on Truk when she rescued ten downed Navy aviators on 30 April 1944. In all, NORTH CAROLINA carried out nine shore bombardments, sank an enemy troopship, destroyed at least 24 enemy aircraft, and assisted in shooting down many more.

·  Legacy: Although Japanese radio announcements claimed six times that NORTH CAROLINA had been sunk, she survived many close calls and near misses with one hit when a Japanese torpedo slammed into the Battleship’s hull on 15 September 1942. A quick response on the part of the crew allowed the mighty ship to keep up with the fleet. By war’s end, the Ship lost ten men killed in action and 67 wounded.

·  Decommissioned June 27, 1947, and placed in the Inactive Reserve Fleet in Bayonne, New Jersey, for the next 14 years.


Paranormal Claims


Full-bodied apparitions, shadows, doors and hatches unlocking or opening, reports of being touched, EVPs, footsteps, disembodied voice and more!

This ship is alleged to be incredibly haunted!

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