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Queen Mary Cruise Ship - Rating: Yellow

 

We visited the Queen Mary on our journey to Los Angeles, California to do some filming. We took some of the MTV Staff with us on this investigation. The team had access to the ship's most haunted locations. The first location was room B-340, this room is not accessible to the public they have closed this room down due to the activity that has been reported in there. We began our investigation around 11:30 PM in this location, we spent about 30 minutes in here and we had nothing strange happen. We decided to leave a recorder in this room and we did capture some odd recordings but nothing in the way of photographs nor did we get any positive readings on the Electromagnetic field reader. Moving on, our next stop was the infamous "Pool Area" This area is accessible to the public by the tours given by the Queen Mary. In this location 3 team members were in this location by themselves for about 1 hour and did hear the sound of an elevator door open and close and the sound of a "bing" also the light came on by itself for no apparent reason. We did capture some light anomolies and some E.M.F. spikes but did not get any E.V.P. in this location. Our Third location was the Isolation Ward, this area was most impressive we captured lots of activity in this area this place was where they held the sick and injured during their tour as a military hub and as a passenger ship. The ship had 16 crew members die on board and 41 Passengers that are documented. This area is isolated from any part of the ship and it is apparent to us it inhabits many roaming spirits. We also got to see other parts of the ship such as 5 tiers under the boat at the bow of the ship it was dark and also very inhabited by spirits. One of the members experienced sudden vision loss and also experienced problems breathing, all of which subsided after we left that specific area. Our investigation was lead by Jimmy Lee who is an employee of the ship who had his own experience that night. We do plan to revisit the Queen Mary in March when we return to LA for more filming. We are looking forward to seeing more of the Queen Mary Ghost's.