Edson Incident

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Opening Friday, September 20, the Edson Incident is the only Haunted Ship in the midwest held on a Destroyer. Those brave enough to enter will make their way through five levels of the USS Edson. Each level scarier than that last.

The Edson Incident will run Fridays 8 PM to Midnight, Saturdays 7 PM to Midnight, and Sunday October 27 7 PM to 10 PM. Tickets are $15 per person. Group rates available.

You can vist the Edson Incident web site for complete information.

15 Responses

  1. Daniel. S. Cooley

    When do you open in 2020 are you open in August and or September ?

    • Editor

      The Edson Incident opens on September 18. Due to the COVID situation, they have chnged things up a bit as far as how to purchase tickets and waiting to board for the attraction. All of the information can be found HERE.

  2. Robert Duncan Stubbs

    Oh my God could my ship possibly be used as a Halloween decoration my name is bt3 Robert Stubbs I served on board Edson from 1977 to 1981 I was hoping to come see her for a visit but not like this I just found out you guys are holding scary stuff there and I don’t know what to think yet this is a 1-minute knee-jerk reaction as long as the ship is upright and still people are interested in her God bless you and no matter what it takes long live the USS Edson from a dedicated snipe in the aft fire room boilers 3 and 4

    • Editor

      I promise the group running the Edson Incident takes every possible percaution to protect the ship. The money they donate to us from this event plays a large role in getting our restoration work completed and we are very grateful that they chose the Edson as the setting for their event.

  3. Robert Duncan Stubbs

    Do you have any Field Days scheduled in the spring towards Summer I’d be coming from Rhode Island her last home Port and I would like to set up some kind of date with her thank you very much Bob Stubbs bt3 USS Edson 1977

    • Editor

      Scheduled Field Days are set by the Edson Association. You can visit their website HERE. If the dates they have set up don’t work for you, please reach out to us. We always have projects that we need help with and may be able to have you come out at a time that works better for you.

  4. Robert Duncan Stubbs

    As soon as this covid-19 is over and we’re all safe I would like nothing better than to come out and try to do stuff that I tried to get out of when I was on her carry on ship mate

  5. Robert Duncan Stubbs

    That’s my boat when do you guys have field days where I can come and help I live in Rhode Island and that was my very first boat I like to know if I can help out on a trip sometime thank you very much boiler technician second-class R Stubbs 1977/1980

  6. John L LeBlanc (MM1)

    Edson was my 3rd command would love to go back on board some time soon. Long drive from Connecticut and i’ve done it once before. But well worth it.

  7. John L LeBlanc USN Retired

    Anyone going that way this summer and if i can make it i would enjoy sharing a ride with someone close to ct.

    • Editor

      The Aft Engineering Space is open. We typically do not take people into the Forward Engineering Space due to safety concerns.

  8. jeff thrush

    I made a cruise from Newport R.I. on the Edson While serving TAD (Temporary Active Duty) as a sit in for one of their Corpsman . We went to Bay City and back to Newport . Was only one cruise I only spent 41 days on the ship was a great memory I served on the USS Miller FF1091 During that same time period 1981-1983

  9. Kenneth G. Bos

    I live in Michigan and I’m finally gonna make it too see the USS EDSON. I served on the USS DALE CG-19. My ship could be twins with the EDSON. I was a BT. Ran the boilers in the aft fireroom. I ended up in the oil lab for my last 2 yrs. I served from 78 to 81. I’m pretty excited just to walk around her. I walk with a cane but somehow Im gonna make it down one of those ladders. But if you can make it to see the USS EDSON I’m for sure you won’t be disappointed!

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