Queen Mary Ship in Long Beach to Rent Out ‘Haunted’ Room Beginning Friday, the 13th

Now, the operators of the 82-year-old ship are resorting to a new publicity stunt tied to ghost tales in an effort to boost business. Read the full story on LATimes.com. 33.770050
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Since the Queen Mary docked in the Long Beach harbor in 1967, several companies —including the Walt Disney Co. — have tried to turn the ocean liner into a profitable floating hotel, surrounded by a thriving entertainment and retail district. The Queen Mary in Long Beach Harbor, beginning on April 13, 2018, or Friday the 13th, will rent out a room that has been closed for nearly 40 years and is said to be haunted. (Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
The results have been mixed.