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Why was the Battleship N.C. Ghost Ship not open on Halloween night?

Jim Ware
StarNews
Ghost Ship

The Battleship North Carolina becomes the Ghost Ship at Halloween. (StarNews file photo)

Here’s the answer from Danielle Wallace, programs director for the Battleship North Carolina:

“The answer may surprise you: Since it takes staff and volunteers to run the event, and we all work very hard through September to October to prepare for and run Ghost Ship, we have all voted that we would like Halloween night off to enjoy the ‘spooky’ night with our families and friends. I hope this makes sense because it is absolutely true!”

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One Response to “ Why was the Battleship N.C. Ghost Ship not open on Halloween night?”

  1. On November 7, 2011 at 5:48 pm Sasha wrote:

    Excellent! I wish more places would close on and before holidays – the employees are people too, with families!



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