This retired ocean liner that once sailed for the Cunard Line is now a permanently docked museum ship. Inside are a hotel, several restaurants, and the ship museum. Her maiden voyage was in 1936, and she sailed until 1967. The historic attraction has hosted haunted houses for Halloween, complete with real spirits who are said to linger on the ship. Rumor has it that Cabin B340 is haunted by a murder victim, and ghostly children can be heard playing in the ship’s nursery. Also, the engine room is haunted by a sailor who was killed there, and a Lady in White, who is unidentified, also has been seen. The ship has been featured in books and on TV shows including Unsolved Mysteries and Ghost Hunters.
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- Off Queens Hwy
Long Beach, CA
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- 33.752551, -118.19025299999998
- Los Angeles County, California
- Nearest Towns:
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Los Alamitos, CA (7.6 mi.)
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