“Oh the humanity!”
In case you've never heard of Hindenburg, here's a little history lesson for you: The Hindenburg was a German airship filled with hydrogen for buoyancy. In 1937, while trying to dock at the Lakehurst Naval base, it caught fire and killed 36 people. The entire ordeal was caught on film and is still one of the most famous tragedies that has ever been reported. To date, people on the base claim: they've seen shadows, been touched by invisible forces and heard doors slam by themselves.
This is located on an active military base and to visit you will need to register two weeks in advance for a tour. Cannot just go see without registering first.
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Hindenburg Crash Site
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