Starting at Number Ten

She was called the Grey Ghost during her years as a World War II transport ship, but even now, with her service long over, the Queen Mary is still associated with ghosts: over a dozen apparitions have been reported aboard the ship.

During her 60-year history, the Queen Mary was the site of 49 reported deaths, so there are plenty of potential spirits to haunt her hallways. Reported hauntings include a young crewman in the engine room, swimmers in the first-class pool, a man in black, and a woman in blue.

Some of the Queen Mary’s most haunted locations include the propeller box, engine room, boiler room, cargo hold and first class swimming pool. Many of these areas are normally off-limits to visitors.

There appear to be many spirit energies continuing aboard the Queen Mary, and want help them get out and go home. In the process, but then again, not all of them do want off the ship…finding them all may take a long time, considering how many spirits hang out on the holds of the Queen Mary’s halls.

The Queen Mary is certainly a fascinating, huge old ship with a rich history. She’s creepy at night the way any big, old structure can be, and makes noises that aren’t easily explained. There are tours that go into areas of the ship that are not included in other tours. Whether you’re a skeptic or believer in the paranormal, the Queen Mary Dinner and Ghost Tour is an enjoyable way to spend an evening.

So get yourself dressed up to the nines for dinner, but be sure to wear comfortable shoes and you’ll be ready, willing and able to climb a lot of stairs on your visit. Oh and be sure to take along your audio recorder and a camera. You’ll be surprised at what you get, you won’t be disappointed!


But there’s a WHOLE lot MORE than 10!