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Episode 67: The Haunted: The RMS Queen Mary

Listed as one of the top 10 haunted places in the U.S by Time Magazine, the RMS Queen Mary was used for pleasure cruises; she herself was a soldier in WWII, and more. Now, she sits as a docked floating hotel in Long Beach, CA... And she has lots of visitors. Some from this realm, but more who are not. The RMS Queen Mary in Her Early Years

https://www.heraldscotland.com/resources/images/3832660.jpg?display=1&htype=0&type=responsive-gallery "Grey Ghost" Queen Mary WWII

https://www.sterling.rmplc.co.uk/history/gray.jpg RMS Queen Mary Today

Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

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Watertight Door That Crushed a Crew Member

QueenMaryHeavyDoor-280.jpg (210×280) (legendsofamerica.com)


Room B340, Ghost hunting supplies provided

Room B340, Ghost Hunting Supplies Provided

Credit: Charly Shelton

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First Class Pool

Credit: KELLI SKYE FADROSKI (Orange county register)

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Jackie Spirit in Pool Area

Credit: Image sourced from Ghosts of the Queen Mary, courtesy of Priscilla Uriate.

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Episode Sources:

https://www.legendsofamerica.com/ca-queenmary/

https://queenmary.com/history/

https://www.thelog.com/news-departments/the-history-and-hauntings-of-the-queen-mary/

https://yesterdaysamerica.com/is-the-rms-queen-mary-haunted/

https://www.queenmaryshadows.com/spirits.html

https://www.crescentavalleyweekly.com/leisure/04/19/2018/the-legend-of-b340/

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