question about the uss hornet episode Discussion Forum: Fanzone: Scare Tactics AND MTV's Fear: question about the uss hornet episode
Rachel on Tuesday, July 3, 2001 - 10:05 pm:

To kriss,
when the young lady was sitting on the chair in the room ( the mess i think) she started bleeding from the mouth. do you think this was caused by the man that was killed in the room. my palms got sweaty watching that episode. :)Also, have you ever been to Virginia to a place called Fort Monroe. It is a very spooky place to visit. There is a hotel called the Chamberlin where a young girl still "resides" from when it burned down the first time. She still searches for her father. I worked there briefly and it is spooky walking in the hallways. Please let me know. Thank you.

By Kriss on Sunday, July 8, 2001 - 06:18 am:

I havent visited those places but they sound really cool, I will have to check them out if I am in the area.

We dont know what happened to the girl in the mess hall. That location was the most frightening one to me. It was the most haunted, I dont know if the metal of the ship made it easier for the ghosts to manifest or what, but that place was crawling with ghosts. It is possible that the ghost did that to her, thats what she thinks.

By Admin on Tuesday, July 10, 2001 - 01:57 pm:


It would seem from my general investigations that the presence of water severaly restricts the ability of ghosts to leave or cross over.

It seems that if something isn't land-locked its pretty much an island in itself.

And yes, metal may very well increase activity. Any conductor seems to alter things.

By Kriss on Wednesday, July 11, 2001 - 05:23 am:

I have noticed that myself. It is strange, since you would think of water as a conductor also, maybe that has something to do with it. Many of the areas with the most hauntings are located near large bodies of water and are very humid, such as New Orleans Louisiana and San Francisco California.

The activity on the Hornet was off the charts. I intend to go back and do a private investigation. It is a museum now and I highly recommend it to anyone in the area interested in ghosts.

By Admin on Friday, July 13, 2001 - 08:26 pm:

Humidity may be a factor in helping PEOPLE (I.E. US) see ghosts.

The ghosts are probably always there but the humidity makes them more accessible to us.

There is also the mind issue that humid places seem to produce. They make us unconfortable. The more unconfortable we are the more the doorway is opened for a paranormal event.

That's why I guess we dont here of too many ghosts appearing while your sitting in front of an air conditioner drinking an Ice Tea :)

Will JP

By Hyperflip on Tuesday, April 30, 2002 - 11:09 pm:

When her mouth started bleeding, there was
something detected in the heat sensor above her
head. Any thoughts on what that was? The moth
bleeding part would be hard to make a ploy unless
that cast memeber was in

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