The William A. Irvin will remain closed to the public for the rest of the 2018 season, including the Halloween season, due to construction and cleanup along the seawall and in the slip the ship calls home.
Thousands of thrill-seekers from all over the country make their way aboard the William A. Irvin Haunted Ship each October, enjoying the frights organizers and volunteers invest months of planning and preparation into for the scariest month of the year.
I had another chance to hang out with the Duluth Paranormal Society. It was an electrified night. I took a walk by myself and already had some feelings in the front of the ship. I had planned to investigate front and back, but the front held me there.
Want to take part in Grandma's Marathon Weekend's shortest race? Registration for the William A. Irvin 5K will open to the first 1,900 registrants on Thursday, March 14th. Last year the race reached capacity in about a month, so if running this race is on your list register as …