RMS Queen Mary - Real Long Beach Haunted Place
- 1126 Queens Hwy.
- Long Beach, CA
- (877) 342-0738
Once an ocean liner that sailed for the Cunard Line, this ship is now permanently docked and houses a hotel, several restaurants and a ship museum. She sailed from 1936-1967 before becoming an historic attraction. The ship has hosted haunted houses for Halloween, which is the perfect spot for this since many believe the ship is haunted by real ghosts. In Cabin B340, a resident ghost of a murder victim is said to linger and ghostly children can be heard playing in the ship's nursery. A sailor haunts the engine room where he was killed and an unidentified Lady in White has also been spotted. The ship has been featured in books and on TV shows including Unsolved Mysteries and Ghost Hunters.
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Got married there
Got married. Stayed the night. Nothing unusual but very vintage and fun.Posted 8/25/20
SOS SOS SOS
We were taking a tour of the ship and my friend and I had our phones out taking pictures in what was used to be a barrack area. It got chilly in the room even though it was Summertime and then suddenly both of our phone flashlights simultaneously started blinking. We looked at each other like "what are you doing with the flashlight"? And then we noticed that both phones were on flashlight and on SOS mode. We bolted out of the room as fast as we could trying to turn off our phones. Later we found out from the guide that the room we were in was a room where the ship was hit and soldiers died. Neither of us has been back. It's fun to recount it now, but in that moment, it was bone chilling. Posted 7/1/19
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