My Personal Mission to Research the RMS Queen Mary

I have a love affair with the RMS Queen Mary.  When I first stepped aboard in 2005, I immediately felt “at home.”  Her surroundings felt so comfortably familiar.  In my three books about the liner, I mentioned that words cannot definitively explain the connection I have to the RMS Queen Mary.  The ship’s spirit and energy are beautifully combined and have united with my own soul. I feel I have an eternal cosmic connection to the Queen of the Seas, which has probably existed for many years.  In fact, many people propose that I have had a past life aboard her decks.  When I step aboard the liner, I am instantly entranced by her innate beauty, innocent aura and historical significance.

I have been fortunate to meet many others who feel the same love and devotion to the Queen Mary.  This extends to former crew, passengers, WWII servicemen and visitors from all over the world.  I have been studying, visiting and researching the RMS Queen Mary for 15 years and I have met some incredible like-minded people along the way. These folks have become family.  This ship has a beautiful ability to unite people from all walks of life who are destined to meet.  She’s done this since her inception and will continue to do so for eternity.

The RMS Queen Mary isn’t just a ship, she’s a legend – a legend with a beautiful spiritual aura. Her inherent beauty, nostalgic character, and abounding history will remain in the heart and soul of her visitors forever. I want to take a moment to reiterate the profound words of Mable Fortescue-Harrison.  On the day of the Mary’s 1934 launching, she said, “Most of this generation will be gone, including myself, when this event occurs; however, the Queen Mary, launched today, will know its greatest fame and popularity when she never sails another mile and never carries another passenger.”

Excerpt from the book, Spirited Queen Mary: Her Haunted Legend.


A more in depth expose of the ship’s paranormal phenomena and resident spirits


Sailing stories and memories from former ship crew, passengers, WWII veterans, and war brides


An overview of the ship’s history and paranormal phenomena. A good primer for those visiting the ship for the first time.



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