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nnnnn these rusting hulks wallowing in shallow water between staten island in new jersey might not be the prettiest sites along the hudson river but they're a sold out attraction for kayaking guy jumping ghani yeah people often ask me %HESITATION about things , and that is where they want to start but when they see the pictures of the graveyard to ships , everybody , asks questions about it they're interested they think it's really neat and all the sudden that beautiful scenery just kind of takes a backseat iraq had in new york where the graveyard shift is just one attraction in what's being called brewing tourism , that site will want to get up close to the world war two racks , tucked away in the waters of new york , i think the one thing %HESITATION that people like about the graveyard shifts , is that %HESITATION it is old and rusted and you can see the wear and and just like if you were out an old building and i and seen it in a rundown stayed there a kid you could maybe imagine back to when it wasn't in that state and just kind of think about how time just takes over things and i , i think , that appeals to a lot of people i know that's one thing that i find interesting about it