The Queen Mary is a luxury ocean liner that sailed the North Atlantic from 1936 to 1967. The Queen Mary had five dining areas and lounges, two cocktail bars, and swimming pools, a grand ballroom, a squash court and small hospital.
The ship carried many celebrities and royalty over the years. As world war II started she was pained grey and was called the Grey Ghost. It was the largest and fasted troopship sailing carrying as many as 16,000 troops. After the War she was restored to her original state.
For the next 20 years she resumed sail with regular passenger service. The boat retired in 1967 and is now a floating hotel.
Engine room 13 door is reported to be hot at times or smoke is seen. (a young person died in there)
A little girl is seen wandering around the pool area.
A cook during war time was stuffed in the oven and cooked alive for his unnasty food.
49 reported deaths. (these are only reported deaths)