You Can Now Spend The Night In The Most Haunted Room In All Of California

The Queen Mary in California is widely considered to be one of the most haunted ships in the world. Now, you can actually spend the night in the famous vessel’s most haunted room.

The Queen Mary had her maiden voyage in 1934 and ferried Allied soldiers during WWII before returning to passenger service until the 1960s.

Though the historic ship was turned into a hotel decades ago, the last time a guest stayed in Stateroom B340 was in the 1980s.

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Documented paranormal activity in the room dates back to the ship’s last voyage in 1967. While the room was open to visitors in the 1980s, guests claimed that the bed covers would be yanked off while they slept and that light switches would flip on and off randomly.

Now, spook-seekers can check into Stateroom B340 for $499 per night. Along with the amenities such as a comfy bed, historic surroundings, and ocean views, the room will offer a chest of items including a Ouija board, tarot cards, a crystal ball, and other paranormal kit.

When will reservations for this infamous room be available? Friday, April 13. Of course.