Welcome aboard the Queen Mary, the most haunted ship in the world where you can step into the past and easily imagine what it must have been like to sail aboard the luxurious ocean liner. Memories abound throughout the ship, conjuring up nostalgic reminiscences of a bygone era.
There are also plenty of ghosts to go around. The Queen Mary appears to be a door to another world where strange and unexplainable things continue to happen. Whoever or whatever lurks in the shadows, can be seen, heard and felt. For those who have witnessed the events, it’s all too real.
The ship is a “dead zone” that sends a shiver up people’s spines, makes their hair stand on end, or causes them to seek the safety of a well-lit room and find comfort in other human contact. These occurrences continue to happen with great regularity to people from all walks of life — skeptics and believers alike. As some parapsychologists suggest, where there are so many memories and emotions, there is bound to be residual energy and a potential for hauntings. This updated book has the very latest in Queen mary hauntspitality.
Associate sdGH team member, archaeologist, and investigator, Robert Wlodarski, and his wife and fellow investigator, Anne, are co-authors of a vast book series digging into the haunted histories of locations across America. This new publication unearths the Queen’s amazing historic background, profiles commonly experienced spirits including the infamous Jackie and Engine Room Door 13’s John Pedder, presents ghost encounters recounted by unsuspecting tourists and visitors, sets on a detailed tour of the haunted hot spots, offers creepy personal encounters written by paranormal investigators including those from sdGH team members, and much more.
The authors have made Queen Mary Ghosts the gold standard for books delving into the Queen’s haunted past and present.