The U.S.S. Lexington is an aircraft carrier that has been converted into a museum in Corpus Christi, Texas. The ship served in almost every major battle of World War II, and more than 300 crewmembers have been killed in action while serving aboard her.
Judith Whipple, the Lexington Museum's historian, shows Jason, Grant and Steve where a Japanese plane exploded and killed 50 men. Then she brings them to the hangar deck, where a visitor saw a man in a World War II navy uniform disappear, and where she and another employee heard a man say "Hey" while they were alone. Andy Cardiel, a damage-control officer, was working the graveyard shift on the second deck when he heard men screaming and saw figures running through the passageways.