Returning after a three-year closure due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, The Queen Mary’s very own resident Master Magician and Apparitionist Aiden Sinclair is pleased to announce the debut of his team’s latest presentation of paranormal illusions aboard the historic ocean liner called “57 Ghosts.” Witness and participate in a supernatural séance with Michael Rangel and come face-to-face with the spirited passed of the Queen Mary.

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Since the Queen Mary’s grand reopening on June 8th, 2023, reports of heightened paranormal activity have surged, particularly where the original third class dining hall was located.

“We’ve observed a notable uptick in paranormal phenomena over the last few months,” Aiden Sinclair, acclaimed Apparitionist and Master Magician behind “57 Ghosts,” said. “I’ve hosted shows onboard the Queen Mary since my residency started in 2018, and there are definitely more unexplained happenings and mysterious occurrences.”

Set in the fully renovated and restored chamber located within the remains of the third-class dining hall, “57 Ghosts transports guests from the present day to a place outside of time. Attendees will be captivated with unforgettable encounters by the spirits of the past while guided by experienced apparitionist Michael Rangel. The immersive 90-minute show highlights the fifty-seven lives that were lost aboard the Queen Mary and explores the legends of the hauntings that followed.  

“The Queen Mary saw 1,001 transatlantic crossings, she saw eight years serving in WWII, and 57 recorded deaths,” Sinclair said. “By opening the door to the past, you are never quite sure what will happen. We’re excited to welcome guests aboard the ship to learn the stories of those who never left.”

Voyage to the other side on select nights Friday through Sunday, starting at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $100 per person. Seating is reserved and extremely limited. Attendance is not recommended for those who are recently bereaved or under the age of 16 years old. 

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