Episode 146: The Haunting of the Queen Mary




Widely touted as being one of the most haunted locations in the world, The Queen Mary has been docked in Long Beach, California longer than it was ever at sea, and it has accumulated as many real stories as fake. On this episode we tell some real stories of haunting, as well as hear from paranormal investigator and historian Craig Owens, of Bizarre LA, who helps us separate fact from fiction, and shares an undeniable EVP. Check out Craig's site at bizarrela.com Cover image courtesy of Craig Owens & Bizarre LA, all rights reserved. Story Time Codes Lights, Camera, Holy Shit (41:30) The Waitress (55:06) Not Jim (59:30) A Comforting Lie (1:09:00) Another Woman in White (1:23:38) A Neat Trick (1:29:10) Shorts (1:32:55)

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