The Queen Mary is one of the most interesting places I have ever visited, and I plan to go back one day. I will have to say that one of my greatest thrills during a visit to the ship had nothing to do with the haunts or the ship. As my brother and I left the ship, we met a man coming in whom we both admired greatly. He was Meadowlark Lemon of the Harlem Globetrotters.
My brother used to work with a man who had sailed on the Queen Mary to Europe during the war. When my brother asked him if he was planning to visit the ship on his next trip to California, the man was most vehement in his protests, claiming that he knew that ship from stem to stern, and there was nothing he could think of that he wanted to see on board! His main memory was of peeling thousands of potatoes. There is a mannikin made up to look like a soldier peeling potatoes in one display, and we decided it may have represented this man, and many others like him. He did tell my brother that he didn't have time to look for ghosts while on board, he was too busy worrying about U-boats.
as you know they were talking about jackie i set a barbie down were the pool was and when i got back it was gone i found it in the enige room and i saw this like two eyes staring at me in the engine room i almost had an heart attack