One of the ships located at the Baltimore Maritime Museum, the USS Torsk is said to be haunted (as are some of the other ships). Nicknamed the Galloping Ghost of the Japanese, the USS Torsk is a World War II ship that served along the coast of Japan. A sailor standing on deck was once killed when the sub was forced to dive. His ghost has been seen, always trying to get back aboard the ship.
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- 39.28503626452298, -76.60872173302778
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- Baltimore, MD (0.4 mi.)
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Charlestown, MD (5.3 mi.)
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