America's Most Haunted Places

Courtesy of The Queen Mary

At these haunted hotels, bars, and asylums, the locals have been around for centuries and things go bump in the night.

RMS Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA

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From crew members roaming the engine room to the sound of children crying, the ship’s list of supernatural occurrences from 100 resident ghosts is as long as it is creepy. Originally an ocean liner, the Queen Mary made its maiden voyage in 1936 before being used in World War II, and then briefly returned to passenger service until it was decommissioned in 1967. Along the way, it was the site of at least one murder and several accidental deaths, including a sailor killed in the engine room, crushed by “Door #13” as it was closing for a drill. Some guests have been victim to the supernatural tantrums of the specter of the staff member murdered in cabin B340. The ship, now a hotel, offers ghost tours and a Dark Harbor Haunted Halloween party.

America's Most Haunted Places

RMS Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA

From crew members roaming the engine room to the sound of children crying, the ship’s list of supernatural occurrences from 100 resident ghosts is as long as it is creepy. Originally an ocean liner, the Queen Mary made its maiden voyage in 1936 before being used in World War II, and then briefly returned to passenger service until it was decommissioned in 1967. Along the way, it was the site of at least one murder and several accidental deaths, including a sailor killed in the engine room, crushed by “Door #13” as it was closing for a drill. Some guests have been victim to the supernatural tantrums of the specter of the staff member murdered in cabin B340. The ship, now a hotel, offers ghost tours and a Dark Harbor Haunted Halloween party.

Courtesy of The Queen Mary
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