Do Victims of the Curacoa Sinking Haunt the Queen Mary?


On October 2, 1942, the RMS Queen Mary accidentally rammed and sank her escort ship, the HMS Curacoa, as she carried over 10,000 troops to Europe. More than 200 men died in the collision, and now Queen Mary staff and visitors reportedly hear strange sounds coming from the ship’s bow.

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Ghost Photo of the Day: Queen Mary Ghost Girl

ghost picture queen maryThe RMS Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner now permanently docked in Long Beach, CA, is reportedly home to a number of ghosts, including a little girl who drowned in one of the ship’s pools. Is that her in the photo above?

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Ghost Photo of the Day: A Drowning Victim’s Goodbye

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Frank Daniel Austin, 34, drowned at California’s Salt Lake Beach last Labor Day. According to his family, Frank’s spirit appeared in this photo to say goodbye. A family member snapped the pic a few days after the drowning.

“The picture was taken where Frank went into the water the last time he was seen entering the water. We are all shocked and very happy with knowing that Frank was with us that day.”

See also: “Shadow Man on the Beach

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Ghost Picture of the Day: San Remo Hotel Spirit

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The pic from LiveSciFi TV comes from the San Remo Hotel in San Francisco, CA. Though a number of ghosts reportedly haunt the 107-year-old property, Room #13 was home to an elderly woman who died in her bed when the hotel was a boarding house. The woman lay dead for months before someone discovered her body, or so the legend goes. Is that her in the pic above, taken in Room #13?

See also: “Man in the Wall

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