posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 12:37 PM
My apollogies for not being on here sooner, as I was in hospital, and unable to post, I hope i will be excused.
The simple answer is that they do exist on the RMS Queen Mary and number at least 130 plus, it has been talked about many times and has been well
documented in quite a few journels.
In the past 60 years, the ship has had at least 49 reported deaths on board. Official statistics vary, but the Queen Mary is said to be haunted by at
least 130 known spirits. These include the ghosts of passengers, crew, and soldiers, Some of the more famous haunted areas include the first and
second class swimming pools, where sightings of ghostly women in 1930's era bathing costumes, splashes, and wet footprints have been reported.
In the second class poolroom in particular, the ghost of a child named Jackie, who is said to have drowned during a transatlantic crossing, has been
The changing rooms off the first class swimming pool is another haunted area. (and indeed this was used as a plot for the episode "Sea Bride" from
the TV series "Quantum Leap" where in fact due to Sams interferance, the ghost never appears).
There seems to be a vortex of negative energy, or so several psychics have claimed. Other children have been spotted in the third class playroom,
where it is said that if you listen closely, you can hear the sounds of disembodied crying.
One particularly haunted area is the ship's engine room. There, Door Number 13 is the site of an unlucky accident, where a crewman was crushed to
death during a routine drill. Since then, many have reported seeing the ghost of a workman in coveralls walk toward Door 13, and then vanish,
something which I have seen myself.
I look forward to my opponants reply.