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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Halloween "Haunted House"... on a haunted ship?!?

For all of our readers who'll be in Long Beach, CA this October, this press release announces the opening of the 11th annual "Haunted Shipwreck" haunted house attraction aboard the Queen Mary:

The Queen Mary is known around the world for her reported hauntings. For years, guests, employees and paranormal researchers have witnessed unexplained sounds, voices, apparitions and other phenomena. Shipwreck visitors have the chance to explore the areas where these sightings have occurred, many not open to the public. Mazes are situated deep into the bowels of the ship and Shipwreck guests can navigate the creepy corridors and hallowed hallways of this massive haunted vessel -- if they dare.


Blogger HP said...

There a group here in Cincinnati that does a haunted riverboat -- the U.S.S. Nightmare, I think. I've never been on it, but it looks real good down on the river -- like a real derelict. Here's the webpage. Personally, I'm too grouchy for most haunted attractions -- I wish they'd turn down the music and let me walk through at my own pace.

'Course, now, I reckon the riverfront here has enough real ghosts to satisfy, if that's what you're after.

9/29/2005 03:34:00 PM  

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