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Queen Mary to Rent Haunted Room for First Time in 30 Years

One of the top ten most haunted places on Earth (Time magazine 2016) is once again opening its most haunted room to anyone brave enough to stay overnight … and can afford the outrageous price. The Queen Mary – once the world’s most haunted cruise ship and now one of the world’s most haunted hotels – announced that Stateroom B340, closed for many years because of its many ghosts, will be available for overnight occupants starting on 4/13 – yes, that’s Friday the 13th — at the equally scary price of $499 per night. What could possibly go wrong?
“The last time the room was occupied by a guest was in the 1980s. For decades we’ve had thousands of visitors request to occupy the room, and after 30 years, we are excited to once again extend the offer to our guests.”
Stephen Sowards, general manager of the Queen Mary, told ABC News that Stateroom B340 has frequently been found to be “notoriously haunted” by former guests and paranormal investigators, but since you’re paying $499 a night (no word on how much the peanuts in the minibar cost), he’s helping to increase your chances of a ghostly encounter by stocking the room with a Ouija board, tarot cards, and a crystal ball.

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