The Grey Ghost Project: Board the RMS Queen Mary for A Paranormal Investigation

Queen Mary Grey Ghost Project

March 9, 2024

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Have you ever felt a presence you couldn’t explain or yearned to connect with the spirit world? Thrill-seekers, believers, and even skeptics can now embark on a documented paranormal investigation aboard the notoriously haunted RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach, California.

Unveil the Secrets of the “Grey Ghost”

The Grey Ghost Project offers a unique opportunity to participate in a 3-hour exploration of the ship’s most active paranormal locations, some even hidden from the public eye. Led by Resident Investigator Rebecca Knight, the project employs a skeptical and evidence-based approach, utilizing the latest tools like spirit boxes and the Estes Method (utilizing blindfolds and noise-canceling headphones) to heighten focus and communication with potential spirits.

“We aim to share the Queen Mary’s history while seeking evidence of past guests who linger within her walls,” explains Knight. “Many hold cherished memories of sailing this iconic vessel, and their joyful echoes may resonate throughout its halls, contributing to the ship’s reputation as a paranormal hotspot.”

Interactive Exploration and Documented Evidence

As you navigate the legendary locations, you’ll delve into the ship’s lore and participate in interactive experiments designed to capture any paranormal activity. Every investigation is meticulously documented with video and audio recordings, providing a comprehensive record of the experience. Participants receive a digital copy of their investigation upon completion.

A Ship Steeped in History

The Queen Mary’s remarkable past adds another layer to the intrigue. From 1936 to 1967, it served as the preferred transatlantic voyage for celebrities, royals, and dignitaries. During World War II, the ship was retrofitted for military service, earning the nickname “The Grey Ghost” due to its camouflage paint scheme. This rich history inspires the project’s fitting title, “The Grey Ghost Project.” This grand ship has long inspired horror films such as last year’s The Haunting of the Queen Mary.

Experience the Unknown: Join the Investigation

Join “The Grey Ghost Project” on select Friday-Sunday nights and embark on a thrilling voyage into the unknown. Tickets are $125 per person, and limited space is available. The experience is not recommended for children under 12, and minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Participants for investigations after 10 p.m. must be 18 years or older.

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