Is the Queen Mary Haunted?

The Queen Mary is a ship that was launched in 1934 and made her maiden voyage in 1936. She was named to honour Queen Mary who lived from May 26, 1867, to March 24, 1953, and was the wife of King George V who lived from June 3, 1865, to January 20, 1936.

The RMS Queen Mary was built, owned and operated by the Cunard Line. She was predominately used to cross the North Atlantic Ocean between Southampton and New York.

Early History of the Queen Mary

The RMS Queen Mary was a passenger liner at the beginning of her life and with the outbreak of World War II in 1939 she was outfitted as a troop carrier. The Queen Mary ferried allied troops across the Atlantic throughout the war she set many records and even participated in the D-Day Invasion. In 1946 she made 13 crossings that carried 22,000 war brides and their children to their new lives in Canada and the United States.

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Real Haunted Cars

Have you ever wondered if cars can become haunted? I have done some research on some real haunted cars. Let’s get to those stories and then it is up to you to decide for yourself.


The story of a haunted car has been around long enough to be given the Hollywood treatment. The two movies that come to mind first are Christine which was based on the novel by Stephen King and The Car which starred James Brolin. Click here to read about The Car movie. 

What are other “haunted car” movies are out there? There must be more. Let me know what they are in the comment section.

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The Annabelle Doll

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The Annabelle doll is a large Raggedy Ann doll that was report-ably purchased at a hobby store by a woman who wanted to gift it as a birthday present to her adult daughter.  The daughter was named Donna, who had a roommate names Angie.

A Gift Like no Other

Soon after receiving the doll the two ladies started to notice that the doll would move to different rooms in their apartment, or shift in position, while they were away.  This was a bit concerning, and just plain freaky. The next thing that started to occur was had written notes on parchment paper.  The parchment did not come from inside their apartment and this really started to scare Donna and Angie. The messages would say things like “Help us”, or “Help Lou” which seemed to be a reference to the male friend that frequented the apartment.

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