The Queen Mary is now renting out its most haunted rooms and cabins. You can stay there if you dare

If you love being scared and you've already finished watching Netflix's scariest movie ever , Veronica , then the obvious next step is to book a night in the spookiest room on this haunted ship. Yes, the Queen Mary will be renting out its most haunted rooms starting on Friday the 13th. Known as Cabin B340, the cabin is known for its paranormal activity and has not hosted overnight guests since the 1980s. Since the Queen Mary's final voyage in 1967, the room is said to have experienced numerous otherworldly activities, perhaps because spirits were uneasy about no longer sailing the high seas, ABC News reported. The ship has been docked in the Port of Long Beach for 51 years and regularly offers tours, event space and themed parties.

Those brave enough to stay in what is said to be the smallest cabin on the ship tell stories of having the quilt pulled from their beds in the middle of the night, seeing a shadowy figure standing over them, and lights and taps turning on and off on their own. "Ghosts reportedly still linger around, including a sailor who died in the ship's engine room, a 'woman in white' and children who drowned in the ship's pool," the website states.

Bigger and faster than the Titanic, the Queen Mary was once the playground of Hollywood's elite such as Greta Garbo and Clark Gable, according to the American Legends website. The website notes that since the rich and famous left the ship, it now houses up to 150 uninvited souls and has caused the deaths of nearly 50 people. "In the first-class swimming pool, which has been closed for more than thirty years, women wearing 1930s-style swimsuits can often be seen wandering on the deck near the pool. Others have reported hearing the sound of splashing water and spotting people coming from the pool. Wet footprints came from the pool and some found the spirit of a young girl clutching her teddy bear."

So if you can't afford the $499 for a B340 cabin, you're still likely to encounter a lot of ghosts on the Queen Mary. "There were reports of a tall dark-haired man in a 1930s-style suit showing up, water running, lights on in the middle of the night, and phones ringing in the early hours of the morning but no one answered. The series," American Legends noted. "In the third-class children's playroom, you can often hear the cry of a baby. It is believed to be a baby boy who died shortly after birth."

If you’re not afraid, then a mini vacation on the Queen Mary is definitely for you. And, you're not alone. "The last time a guest stayed in that room was in the 1980s," Stephen Sowards, general manager of the Queen Mary, said in a statement reported by ABC News. We have had thousands of visitors request this room for ten years and 30 years later we are delighted to offer this offer to our guests again. ”

If you're wondering why B340 cabins stopped being rented out in the first place, a user on Flickr posted the details (and some super creepy photos) of what he learned when he toured the ship in 2008. "Guests immediately started complaining about what was going on. Eventually no guests wanted to stay the night. They would hang their heads, be shaken awake the next moment, and rush out of the room in terror." The Haunted Honeymoon website also notes that the cabin was initially intimidating to guests The reason for the closure was a spate of paranormal activity, including beds flying across rooms. But closing the cabins didn't do much to curb the hauntings.

"A waitress at the Chelsea Restaurant said she had been working the host table and saw three guests walking toward her across the long corridor that led from the deck to the restaurant," the website tells the story of the Queen Mary's staff. "She looked down at the booking book for a party of three but when she looked back she saw there were only [two] people. She asked the guests if they would[ed] wait for a third person to be seated but they said there were only two Personal." Creepy AF.

If you decide to book a B340 cabin, you'll have to go all out because, according to ABC News , the room is equipped with a Ouija board, tarot cards, crystal balls and ghost-hunting equipment so you can totally pretend you're on "U.S. An episode of Horror Stories . Hope you're better off than the ghost hunter from American Horror Story. Sleep at your own risk, my friends!