It's not like I haunt Southern California much to begin with, but somehow, unintentionally, I've managed to view all three of the Queen Mary's displaced propellers at one time or another. This one, currently on display outside the parking garage of the Long Beach Cruise Terminal, used to sit atop a concrete pedestal near the entrance to the Queen Mary Tours attraction gate before ending up here. Follow the link for a SoCal local's search for the current location of these relics ...
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The Queen Mary ship is quite haunted, according to the many people who have worked on and visited the craft. The most haunted area of the ship is the engine room where a 17-year-old sailor was crushed to death trying to escape a fire. The spirit of a young girl, who allegedly broke her neck in an accident at the pool, has been heard asking for her mother or her doll