This liner was considered one of the most luxurious ships to sail the oceans.The Queen Mary first set sail in 1934 carrying 3000 passengers and crew.The liner carried 16000 troops during the 2nd world war.
After thousands of voyages the queen Mary was permanantly docked in Long Beach California in 1967. where it is now an art deco hotel and interactive museum.
The first class swimming pool is said to be haunted by two women that drwned there.one in the 1930s and the other in the 1960s.The changing rooms are said to house negative spirits this has been picked upby numerous psychics.
The Queens salon is another haunted location and a young lady in a white dress has been seen.
The first class area is haunted by a man in a 1930s suit that either just stands and looks or waves at guests.
There have been reports of children seen and heard playing in the forward storage rooms.
In the tourist class swimming pool there is a woman who drowned has been seen.
In room B340 has been out of commision unless people ask for this suite as there is so much paranormal activity associated with this room it has been isolated due to frightening experiences.
Bosuns locker is said to be haunted by the pounding on the walls that have been heard.This is said to be because 300 men drowned during the war.
The kitchen is another area said to be haunted by a cook that was murdered and his body was stuffed into an oven and he was burnt alive.His screams are still heard today.
The mourge is also haunted as there have been over 50 deaths on board during its history and this does not include the ones that are mentioned here.One of the main spirits that are seen here is that of a crew member that was crushed during a water tight drill and he has been seen wearing the same overalls in which he died.