The Queen Mary Hotel is a former ocean liner that sailed primarily in the North Atlantic during the 1930's to 1960's. Since the 1970's the liner has been run as a hotel in Long Beach, California.
It's regarded as one of the most haunted hotels in America, and with the vast array of experiences that have been reported there, it's hard to argue. The ship has so many haunted areas, that it's hard to know where to start when trying to explain them.
The most popular of all the reports seems to be from the First Class Swimming Pool. Two women apparently drowned here during the 1930's and 1960's. Their ghosts have been seen on numerous occasions in this area.
The figure of a woman in white has been seen in the Queen's Salon. There have been sightings of a gentleman in a formal 1930's suit in the First Class suites. The ghosts of two children have been seen and heard near the storage room, and the ghost of a young woman has been seen walking through the Tourist Class Swimming Pool.
In Cabin B340 there have also been a lot of paranormal reports, however this isn't available for rent any longer. Whether this is to do with the experiences that have been reported there or for very different reasons, is not known.
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