Haunted Houses - The Queen Mary


Queen Mary


Why did we rate this "Confirmed"? Because multiple sources off the internet sites have experienced paranormal activity at this location & therefore warrants a rating of "Confirmed".

What's the tale? Known as the Grey Ghost during her active years in World War II she is now the host of ghosts. To date she has been the site of 49 reported deaths and there are at 20 known ghosts who roam her halls. She is now open for dinner and a ghost tour which is highly recommended if you are in Long Beach. You might see the spirit of crewmen, a man in the swimming pool, a woman in blue or a man in black... keep your eyes and mind open and you might see more than that!

What do we know as fact? There doesn't seem to be an actual number available on how many people died on the Queen Mary. She does have her own morgue and the morgue is supposedly one of the most haunted places on the Queen Mary. There are numerous ghosts reported to be roaming across the ship. Thank to the website we know some statistics about the Queen Mary. The ship served as a passenger ship and saw war service from March 1960 - September 1946 and carried between military personnel, war brides & children more than 778,000 people. Considering the number of people the ship has carried it's not a stretch to believe the ship is haunted.

Thoughts: There's no doubt there is paranormal activity on the Queen Mary. Numerous visitors to the Queen Mary have reported paranormal activity on multiple occasions.

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2011-07-23 20:37
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