My husband and I visited the Queen Mary August, 2011 for our 15th wedding anniversary. On the night of the 11th we decided to take the paranormal evening tour just for fun. It started late and I was kind of frustrated, but when the guide arrived he was very informative. I must say I was just expecting a fun tour "behind the scenes" tour and am a sceptic of these things.
As we entered the first class swimming pool aria, my husband, another teenager on the tour and myself heard in a little girl voice "daddy". We said nothing to the guide, but the teenage boy did. The guide came in the room after us and started the story of Jackie, a little girl who drowned in the pool in the 40's. He then explained how divining rods work and why they are used then enlisted the aid of a little girl on the tour. He asked if Jackie wanted to play and everyone was very quiet. He kept on trying to communicate with her and stated he has had many encounters with her over the years. He then requested if she wanted to play with us to point the rods to where she was. They pointed right beside her so I took a photo. I could see nothing but the girl who was holding the rods stated she felt her hands become "chilly"
Then my husband took another photo from a different spot in the pool aria as the guide continued to communicate with Jackie. I must admit, I totally was not impressed as I could "see" nothing. When I got home I downloaded my photos of the trip and discovered what I believe is Jackie on my camera. I have 2 photos.