queen mary ghosts
History. Resting in Long Beach Harbor is the RMS Queen Mary, a colossal ship that was bigger, faster and more powerful than the Titanic.The 1,000-foot ship began her life when the first keel plate was laid in 1930 at the John Brown shipyard in Clyde, Scotland.
When the sun goes down, the spirits aboard the Queen Mary come out to play. Explore the legendary ship with a series of tours that explore the haunted past and paranormal activity that the Queen Mary is known for.
Is the Queen Mary haunted? Some professional ghost hunters say it is. Time magazine says it's one of the top 10 most haunted places in America. The folks who run the attraction would like you to think so, too. They want to sell tickets to their ghost tours, so it's in their best interest to say so.
The haunted Queen Mary is one of the last remaining ocean liners of a time gone by. The Queen Mary still holds the grandeur of a bygone era, as well as some of the passengers of that time. Many stories have been told over the last 40 years of the haunted Queen Mary and its storied past.
The Queen Mary Haunting. T he Queen Mary was in service for decades as both a World War II transport ship and a luxury liner. It wasn't intended as such at the time, but the Queen Mary was named "The Grey Ghost" during the war because of the color she was painted to make her stealthy in the war-time waters.
Ghosts & Legends Show – A combination of a guided tour and a special effects extravaganza, Ghosts & Legends is a fun romp through the haunted rooms of the Queen Mary. The guides are quite knowledgeable and will regale you with their own twisted version of the story behind the Queen Mary.