Our visit and overnight stay aboard the Queen Mary. It was an exciting get-a-way and something that I had always hoped to explore and enjoy an overnight stay on this historic ship. From a luxury liner in the mid 1930's to transporting over 800,00 troops during the war. I can recall my first impressions that made an imprint on my mind from the past. I could see happy young children running and playing on deck dressed in 1930/1940 attire. I also felt great sadness on this ship, heavy heartfelt sadness which seemed to be residual from serving during the war era.
Here is a photo of our cabin along with an orb being captured in the shot. As we scoured and toured the ship and yes, even took the tour. The reflective surfaces of all the decorative ornate wood hindered any clear shots of activity aboard the ship. Also, there is a lot of plexiglass used for areas portraying scenes of rooms on board and how they would have been used back in the day, from the infirmary to the war rooms. All in all, it was a lovely experience and I will honor the impressions of the past and respect the history.
As early as my young childhood I remember always being curious about the supernatural, paranormal, and mysticism in general. I seemed to be drawn with curiosity about the unseen, or what one would term as the occult.