The most famous ghost ship in the world, located just outside of Los Angeles in Long Beach, isn't letting Halloween get canceled in 2020.
The Queen Mary is making its annual Halloween festivities entirely virtual this year, with "Queen Mary: A Virtual Haunt & Music Fest," a four-day festival with a ton of happenings.
First of all, you'll have unprecedented full virtual access to the whole ship (including 24/7 surveillance access to the most haunted rooms).
full days of broadcast live from the Queen Mary
The event is hosted by a bunch of paranormal researchers who will take you (literally) to the bottom of things (aka the bottom of the ship).
If you miss any part of the event, there is a two-hour rewind feature, and they replay the day's broadcast at the end of the day, if you couldn't catch the whole thing.
On Halloween night itself, there will be a big party with a bunch of musical performances and a viewer costume contest.
The event will conclude with a Day of the Dead celebration on November 1.
Queen Mary: A Virtual Haunt & Music Fest
When: October 29 through November 1
Why You Need To Go: Because this actual haunted ship is as gorgeous as it is creepy (even from your computer)