The USS Hornet is one of several Naval vessels permanently moored and used as a museum. Like most of these vessels, the Hornet has a reputation for being haunted. In this episode, Matt has an opportunity to speak with Laura Fies, the Executive Officer of the USS Hornet Museum, about the ghosts and the role that ghost stories play in the educational mission of the museum.
Laura Fies is the Executive Officer of the USS Hornet.
Laura has a Master’s in Museum Studies from San Francisco State University and has risen through the ranks at the USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum in Alameda, CA to the role of Executive Officer. She began her career with a specialization in artifact care and exhibition design with a passion for helping objects tell their own stories about the past
This episode was written by Matthew Armstrong with music by Matthew Armstrong and production assistance from Kaylia Metcalfe.
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Sources and Show Notes
Former Naval Air Station Alameda
Alena Pirok and Colonial Williamsburg (Colonial Williamsburg restoration began in the aftermath of WWI, not WWII, I made an error)
Ghost Hunting Equipment (and an article on the problems with ghost hunting equipment)
Fear Factor (or, why I am baffled that anyone takes Joe Rogan seriously)