Queen Mary is known for it’s paranormal activity. Since docking in Long Beach the haunting stories surfaced. Their are stories of apparitions, cold spots, aromas, sounds and voices lingering throughout the halls.
The late psychic Peter James claimed that over 600 souls call the Queen Mary their home.
Cameras have caught drawers opening and closing in room A135. In A110, a man has been seen sitting on the right hand side of the bed. In room A128 there are tappings and a little girl that says, “hi” and disappears. In A 141 an apparition of a woman has been seen crying and in A207 chairs move across the room. Televisions also have been seen turning on and off by themselves.
On October 2, 1942 the Queen Mary accidentally hit and sank the HMS Cuacoa killing 239 passengers. It’s been rumored that those who lost their lives haunt the bow of the Queen Mary. Apparitions have been seen there many times.
More ghost stories below.
There are various ghost tours available ranging from $31 per person to $129 to dine with the spirits, as well as do a paranormal investigation around the ship. Lastly, because Halloween is around the corner, join in on the fun and purchase Dark Harbor tickets from Oct. 1 to Nov. 1. Tickets vary, with different themed mazes; horrifying freak shows and lots more!
An elegant woman in a white gown has been seen dancing alone in the corner of the first class lounge.
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17 Macabre Art (gallery 2)
Walking around the first class swimming pool was definitely an interesting experience that made one wonder if there was such a thing as a vortex inside the ship connecting this dimension to the spirit world. People have reported seeing other guests in 1930s style swim suits wandering the decks near the pool.uf