The USS Razorback began her long and distinguished naval career in 1944. She was assigned to the Pacific Fleet where she saw her share of action in the final year of World War II. The Razorback was awarded five battle stars in WW II and four in Vietnam. The staff at the museum boasts that this ship is one of the few in the U.S. Navy that has the distinction of not having any reported deaths in battle.
Considering her battle record, we can say that the waters around her have been full of death and destruction from time to time. If the ship is not haunted, as the staff contends, then how do they explain the moans bangs and the clanging noises that are heard after normal tour hours are over? It could be normal movement of the boat causing the noise or the Razorback could have easily picked up an unknown guest or two while out at sea.
Even though there were no deaths on the ship itself, there were plenty in the waters around it.
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