The ghost of the Queen Marry,has been a legend, a tale of a little ghost girl.Some paranormal researchers have stated they have caught the EVP spirit of the said little girl.
in Long Beach Harbor is the RMS Queen Mary, a colossal ship that was bigger, faster and more powerful than the Titanic. The 1,000-foot ship began her life when the first keel plate was laid in 1930 at the John Brown shipyard in Clyde, Scotland. The Depression held up her construction between 1931 and 1934, but she was finally completed, making her maiden voyage on May 27, 1936.
Internationally recognized, the historic floating hotel and museum attracts thousands of visitors every year. It has also attracted a number of unearthly guests over the years. In fact, some say the Queen Mary is one of the most haunted places in the world with as many as 150 known spirits lurking upon the ship. Over the past 60 years, the Queen Mary has been the site of at least 49 reported deaths, not to mention having gone through the terrors of war, so it comes as no surprise that spectral spirits of her vivid past continue to walk within her rooms and hallways.
Located 50 feet below water level is the Queen Mary’s engine room, which is said to be a hotbed of paranormal activity. Used in the filming of the Poseidon Adventure, the room’s infamous “Door 13” crushed at least two men to death, at different points during the ship’s history. The most recent death, during a routine watertight door drill in 1966, crushed an 18 year-old crew member. Dressed in blue coveralls and sporting a beard, the young man has often been spied walking the length of Shaft Alley before disappearing by door #13.
There is a tale of a famous ghost called `Jackie` or Jacqueline who haunts the swimming pool on the Queen Mary which is now berthed at Long Beach, California.
There is surprisingly very little actual history on this young girl. Apparently she drowned in the second class swimming pool, although she haunts the first class swimming pool, the now-gutted Third Class nursery, and the Second Class pool, now the Queen Mary movie theater.
Despite the shortcomings in her known past, she has been recorded on quite a few occasions either on cam or recorder, and is very vocal.
Nineteen years ago legendary psychic Peter James spoke to Jackie the Queen Mary Ghost child for the first time. Now after nineteen years Jackie the Queen Mary talking child ghost speaks again for 17 minutes to Bob Davis and Brian Clune of Planet Paranormal Investigations. What is presented here is some highlights of that 17 minute conversation. Included here is audio from the late Peter James investigation to use for comparison. This video is an updated clip of the previously released clip and gives visual reference to the Jackie audio`.