The Queen Mary of Long Beach: Drowning in Death
- Known as one of the most haunted locations in the country, the Queen Mary is primarily haunted by men who fought in World War II and died on the ship when it was used for troops.
- One ghost nicknamed "Half Hatch Harry" was an 18-year-old sailor who died when a watertight door crushed him and severed him in two. He's still seen wandering around watertight door number 13.
- The ship's most famous spirit is a little girl named Jackie, who wandered into the first class swimming pool unsupervised. She drowned to death in that pool — since then, visitors and crew members have reported splashing water from the empty area and a child's laughter echoing throughout the space. Many have seen apparitions of Jackie skipping across the pool deck.
- Investigate paranormal activity aboard the ship every weekend or take a spirit walk, where you can learn about all of the vessel's ghost stories.