The Queen Mary Is Now Allowing Guests To Stay In The Most Haunted Room!

If you're in to paranormal activity, this is the perfect ghost hunt for you to go on!

Officials with The Queen Mary said they will be renting out a "notoriously haunted" room for the first time in 30 years!!

The Queen Mary, which is located in Long Beach, announced Stateroom B340, which has been featured on shows including SYFY Channel's Ghost Hunters and British series Most Haunted, will be available to guests starting at $499 a night beginning Friday, April 13th.

Well, this would be one Friday the 13th you would never forget!

General Manager of the Queen Mary said in a statement provided to ABC 7 ,"the last time the room was occupied by a guest was in the 1980s."

He continued, "for decades we've had thousands of visitors request to occupy the room, and after 30 years, we are excited to once again extend the offer to our guests."

Officials said paranormal activity in the room has been reported as far back as the ship's final ocean voyage in 1967.

Guests staying in the room reported unusual activity, including lights and water faucets turning on and off by themselves, as well as covers being removed from guests while they sleep. 

Some even reported waking to see a dark figure standing next to the bed.

The Queen Mary said the room comes with standard hotel amenities, as well as a chest containing items that include a Ouija board, tarot cards, a crystal ball and other ghost-hunting equipment.

Room reservations are available at 877-342-0742. 

For more information visit queenmary.com.

Would you book a night here?!

 
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