July 10, 1924 -January 4, 1945 Joseph Grant Snow was lost overboard from USS Torsk SS-423 during a training dive on January 4, 1945, in the Atlantic Ocean off Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Torsk has the distinction of firing the last torpedo and sinking the last Japanese combatant ships of World War II on August 13 of 1945, as the “Cease fire” order went out to all U.S. forces on August 15.
In 1962 the U.S.S. NEW (VIDEO) Unexplained Cases Episode 11: Haunted Ships In Baltimore! Summerseat Farm is believed to be haunted and has been investigated by ghost hunters, who found lights had come on after they had turned them off. This Podcast features the real paranormal experiences from people like yourself! The USS Torsk (SS-423) is part of the historic fleet of Historic Ships in Baltimore and is one of two Tench Class submarines still located inside the United States. We explore into the realm of Demonic Activity, Shadow People, Possession, Cursed Objects, Haunted Houses and much more!
Baltimore Historical Sightseeing Tours. Rick and Darren join the Maryland Paranormal Research team and explore the USS Constellation and USS Torsk and see a possible shadow figure, EVPs, and more amazing paranormal evidence on these haunted ships in … The USCGC Taney is a Coast Guard Cutter that is the last ship floating that fought at Pearl Harbor and it participated in the search for Amelia Earhart. Two floating museums in the Baltimore Inner Harbor contain more than history of the seas and battles. Baltimore's' Historic Ships: A Sloop of War and a Submarine Historic Ships of Baltimore is a maritime museum located in Baltimore's Inner Harbor -- and is a good way to remember that the Inner Harbor for 200 years was -- and still is -- a major east coast port. "From the USS Constellation, the Chesapeake Lightship, USS Torsk submarine, USCGC Taney (Last ship afloat at Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941) and Seven Foot Knoll lighthouse, there is a great variety to see and explore." The USS Constellation has the distinction of being the first ship built for the Unites States Navy and it also has the distinction of being one of the most haunted locations in Maryland. The USS Torsk is a Tench Class submarine emblazoned with the fierce grin of a shark that became the Galloping Ghost of the Japanese during World War II. That is probably because it not only fought in several wars, but it was involved in battling against pirates and the slave trade in Africa. Ships. There is so much to cover in this museum that it required two separate articles. Nicknamed the “Galloping Ghost of the Japanese Coast,” the vessel is the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the torsk, a food fish of the North Atlantic. Summerseat Farm Mechanicsville, Maryland 12 miles from Calvert County, MD. Hotels near USS Torsk: (0.16 mi) Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore, Curio Collection by Hilton (0.16 mi) Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel (0.30 mi) Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore (0.27 mi) Staybridge Suites Baltimore - Inner Harbor (0.35 mi) 1840s Carrollton Inn; View all hotels near USS Torsk on Tripadvisor Baltimore Inner Harbor Downtown Baltimore Around the Harbor and Along the Waterfront Adjoining South Baltimore, the Inner Harbor is one of America's oldest seaports - and one of the world's finest travel destinations. National Aquarium (7,003) 4 min. Torsk took part in the naval blockade of Cuba established by the United States during the Russian Cuban Missile Crisis. Listen to REAL PARANORMAL ACTIVITY - THE PODCAST/NETWORK episodes free, on demand. Snow was acting as a lookout on the bridge, and when the dive was called he did not make it down into the Conning Tower before the hatch was closed. 64.2 miles from Harford County, MD. Her claim to fame was she was the only submarine in the U.S. Navy to sink a train. Military Museums. Aquariums. 26 reviews. Don Lichty of Lemon Bay Isles mobile home park in Englewood was a torpedoman aboard the USS Torsk in World War II. Historic Ships in Baltimore (1,509) 2 min. Reportedly haunted by members of the various families who lived and died here throughout the ages, there are several reports of disembodied voices, strange noises and various poltergeist-type activities associated with Selma Mansion. She also sent the last two Japanese ships to bottom hours before the end of the Second World War. Apr 14, 2012 - The USS Torsk, anchored in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The U.S.S. USS Torsk (149) 3 min. Get to know the area. See all. And we provide engaging interviews with Mediums, Psychics, Authors, Investigators and much more! Historical & Heritage Tours . For over 300 years the Baltimore Harbor has been welcoming people from all … The USS Torsk SS-423 is docked at the Baltimore Maritime Museum and is one of two Tench Class submarines still located inside the United States.
Called the highlight of the Historic Ships in Baltimore museum, the USS Torsk was one of just 10 submarines of its kind to see battle in World War II, sinking three Japanese ships just before the end of the war.Torsk also received a Presidential Unit Citation and a Navy Commendation Medal for its performance in the Lebanon Crisis and the Cuban Missile Crisis, respectively.