The Haunting of the Queen Mary
On October 31, 1967, with Captain Treasure Jones at the helm, the 81,237 ton, 1,019.5 foot British luxury liner The Queen Mary embarked upon her last voyage, bound for Long Beach, CA. Once docked, the majestic vessel, which was built in Scotland and launched in 1936and played host to celebrities, royalty, and the richwas converted into a 365-room hotel and tourist attraction, afloat but securely moored behind a barrier of rocks. Yet those who believed this to be her final resting place were gravely mistaken. According to hundreds of testimonials from guests and employees, the spirits of passengers, captains, troops, and personnel who sailed aboard The Queen Mary move then as now throughout the ship, navigating her corridors, passageways, public areas, and staterooms.
Premonitions of Disaster Aboard the Titanic
The loss of 1,513 lives aboard R.M.S. Titanic during the early morning hours of April 15, 1912, seems to have created an unseen but potent rift in the very fabric of time itself. Her sinking was actually foretold by more than 50 individuals while many passengers experienced various omens, premonitions, extraordinary coincidences, as well as precognitive dreams prior to the cruise, making the Titanic disaster among the most unique incidents in the annals of paranormal phenomenon.
The Titanic and the Mummy's Curse
The Synchronous Relationship Between
Surrealism and Fortean Phenomena
The Frozen Thoughts of Dr. Emoto
The frozen crystals resemble snowflakes, so beautiful that they could have been snatched right from the frigid air of a quiet, winter night. But these bits of frozen water are different from their wild counterparts; they have allegedly been influenced by concentrated thoughts. The results, claims Dr. Masaru Emoto, show that human thoughts and feelings cinfluence physical reality.