Ghost Adventures: Queen Mary Pictures
The 1,019-foot-long Queen Mary ocean liner. With the popularity of air travel on the rise, Cunard made the decision to retire several of its vessels, including the legendary Queen Mary. It made its final voyage on Oct. 31, 1967, from Southampton, England, to Long Beach, CA, arriving on Dec. 9, 1967.
See how the Queen Mary stacked up to Titanic.
During the tour aboard the Queen Mary, visitors get an up-close and personal look at the otherwise hidden propeller from the ship's balcony.
A serene perspective of the Queen Mary's promenade.
An impressive view of the funnels aboard the Queen Mary and its lifeboats.
Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin tour the Queen Mary’s engine room, where a seaman was crushed by watertight door No. 13. Later that night, Zak, Nick and Aaron conduct their first lockdown investigation.
One of many hallways leading to the Queen Mary's staterooms. The ocean liner offers 346 original first-class staterooms and 9 suites.
Nick, Zak and Aaron prepare themselves for their much-anticipated lockdown aboard the Queen Mary.
One lifeboat aboard the Queen Mary had a capacity of 145 people, a stark comparison to the 65 allowed on Titanic’s lifeboats.
The Ghost Adventures crew films Zak Bagans speaking with Queen Mary Commodore Everette Hoard and Capt. Will Kayne about their belief in the haunted ocean liner.
Zak interviews Gian and Sophia Temperilli, friends of the late Peter James, a psychic who claimed he heard voices from "Jackie" aboard the Queen Mary 20 years ago.