RMS Queen Mary
|Location||United States, California|
|Activity reported||Haunting, Poltergeist|
History of RMS Queen Mary
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Half Hatch HarryIt is said that “Harry” can be found in “Shaft Alley”. He was a young man who was mysteriously crushed to death behind one of the heavy doors in this part of the ship. These doors take 60 seconds to close, meaning that Harry’s death is deemed to be rather suspicious. Harry seems to be one of the ship’s most active spirits and is usually seen near door number 13, where he died.
DanaDana, whose whole family was allegedly murdered onboard the ship, is said to haunt the second-class pool and cargo areas. Apparently she calls out to her mother and can often be seen playing in the cargo area.
Pool AreasThis has not functioned as a pool for many a year, yet some ghostly ladies still seem to frequent it dressed in their 1930s bathing costumes. Guests have reported seeing wet footprints leading to the changing area and, supposedly, you can hear the sounds of the ladies splashing in the water and laughing. Another pool area is renowned for sightings of a little girl, thought to be called Jackie, who cuddles her little teddy bear. Poor Jackie drowned in the pool, but it seems she has not moved on. Many visitors have sworn they have heard her giggling.
The DudeThis chap is an exceedingly well-dressed gentleman who has reportedly been seen enjoying a drink in Sir Winston’s Bar Area. The Dude is known for being pretty interactive with visitors.
HMS CuracoaRMS Queen Mary collided with HMS Curacoa on October 2 1942, resulting in the sinking of HMS Curacoa and the loss of 300 lives. Guests on RMS Queen Mary often report being woken by the sounds of anguished cries and the sound of rushing water coming from the front of the ship. Some believe the souls of the drowned men remain on RMS Queen Mary.
Room 340Chillingly, this room is off-limits and is permanently locked. No guest is permitted to stay here because the room is so violently haunted. It is thought that the haunting escalated after a member of staff was murdered in the room.
Other Ghostly ActivityStrange events have been reported by guests staying in the first-class staterooms. Taps are alleged to turn on by themselves, lights are switched on and off, footsteps have been heard and, sometimes, heavy breathing. Others say their bed sheets have been pulled off by an invisible force, while some have answered a ringing phone in the middle of the night, only to find there is no one on the other end of the line.
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