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4:00 PM

The Queen Mary Ghost Hunt
Presented By Ghost Hunts USA

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The Queen Mary Ghost Hunt, Long Beach, California. We have exclusive overnight access to the most haunted areas. The most haunted ship in America and according to Time Magazine one of the Top 10 Haunted Places, the Queen Mary in California is an elegantly terrifying destination with restless spirits still roaming her elaborate decks.

The Paranormal Activity that has been witnessed and captured onboard this ship makes the Queen Mary one of the most sought after locations to Ghost Hunt.

The mysterious hauntings have gained the attention of several paranormal authors and bloggers as well as SYFY Channel’s Ghost Hunters, the Travel Channel Ghost Adventures, BuzzFeed and unsolved mysteries. What exactly goes bump in the night aboard the stately ocean liner? The only way to find out is to join in the investigation!

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From the Queen Mary’s maiden voyage on May 27, 1936 until she was docked at her new home off Long Island Beach, she carried within her hull the rich, famous, royalty and was even recognized as a wartime hero. You will walk the paths of Bob Hope, Clark Gable, Jackie Kennedy, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill and many more. The romantic haunting of Tinsel Town and world-renowned dignitaries has left an eerie, star-like quality that resonates through the ornately decorated decks and whispers to her guests of an era long past.

During World War II, the Queen Mary left the world of civilian transatlantic travel to serve a more important role as the largest troopship of the time. Her ornate décor was covered with a camouflaged grey color and she adopted the moniker of the “Grey Ghost.” Slipping through the waters of the Atlantic in a zig-zag course, the Queen Mary eluded the German U-Boats with 765,429 military personnel during her years of service. Tragedy struck on one of her voyages as her escort vessel, the Curacoa, crossed her path and was torn in half, claiming the lives of 331 people left to fend for themselves in the shark infested waters. One of the haunting stories that has been experienced by many guests and staff of the Queen Mary is the sound of pounding on the hull believed to be the spirits of those men signaling to come aboard.

Another spirit that makes his presence known is that of John Pedder. The young crewman was crushed to death by watertight door #13 during a routine fire drill. A shadowy figure lurks in the engine room where the tragedy occurred. Guests have seen full-blown apparitions as well as captured strange EVPs (electronic voice phenomenon) that lead people to believe that the young man restlessly wanders the shaft alley. Was his demise the result of a prank gone wrong or just unfortunate timing? Maybe you will find the answer to this question!

You may also run into several spirits around the first-class swimming pool. The quartz ceiling is believed to provide energy that the spirits may draw from in order to manifest. The most frequently witnessed is that of a little girl affectionately called Jackie. She is said to have drowned in the second-class swimming pool when the Queen Mary was still in the midst of her transatlantic travel. Her little wet footprints are often found around the pool, she’s been heard giggling and splashing around in the pool and several guests and staff members have seen her full-bodied apparition. She’s not the only one lingering around the pool deck. Others have seen the apparition of an older woman and another young girl clutching a teddy bear. Maybe you’ll have the opportunity to play with the children!

Perhaps the most infamous haunting is the poltergeist activity that occurs in the most haunted cabin on the ship, B340. Lights and water turning off and on of their own volition, covers being violently jerked from the bed off sleeping guests, a disembodied male voice screaming for people to “GET OUT!”—is it the spirit of the ship’s purser that was supposedly murdered in the cabin or the criminally insane man that murdered his own 5-year-old daughter?

Full-bodied apparitions, shadow figures, disembodied voices, bone-chilling EVPs, objects moving—the Queen Mary is the pinnacle of every paranormal investigators career—you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity!



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