The Great Halloween LA Tour: The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor

NOTE: I apologize for not having a review up for the last couple of weeks. Real life intervened, and I didn’t have a chance to write a new post. I haven’t been slacking on the Halloween excursions, though, and I’ll be bringing you plenty of reviews in the future.

When it comes to history, most people don’t really think of Los Angeles as having a whole lot of it…history that isn’t related to the movie industry, anyway. The truth is, if you’re willing to look for it, there are lots of fascinating pockets of history in this town. One of the best and most famous is the Queen Mary, a luxury liner moored in Long Beach Harbor. It’s a gorgeous ship that now stands as a hotel and museum, and holds some fascinating stories from all of its famous guests to being a troop transport during World War II. But it’s probably best known for being one of the more famously haunted locations in Southern California. Read more about The Great Halloween LA Tour: The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor