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Unseen Titanic – Interactive: The Crash Scene". National Geographic. 17 October 2002. Archived from the original on 30 March 2018 . Retrieved 17 August 2012. More than a century after the loss of Titanic, the human stories embodied in the great ship continue to resonate,” Cameron said in a statement this week. There have been several legends and myths surrounding the RMS Titanic. These have ranged from the myth about the ship having been described as "unsinkable", to the myth concerning the final song played by the ship's orchestra. [1] Description as "unsinkable" [ edit ] Scovazzi, Tullio (2003). "The Application of "Salvage Law and Other Rules of Admiralty" ". In Garabello, Roberta; Scovazzi, Tullio (eds.). The protection of the underwater cultural heritage: before and after the 2001 UNESCO Convention. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 978-90-411-2203-2. Years later, when Bishop saw a photo of Smith, he realized why the situation felt so off. Bishop exclaimed to a friend, “I know him, I gave him a tour of my boat!” The friend laughed and informed Bishop that the man had been long dead: “That man was the Captain of the Titanic!”

The RMS Titanic was set to sail to New York City from Southampton, England, after it was completed in 1912, and she was said to be "unsinkable." This theory was proved wrong when on the night of April 14th, 1912 at 11:40 PM, after she reached the North Atlantic Ocean, it collided with an iceberg and sunk to the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Halifax, Nova Scotia at 2:20 AM on April 15th, killing over 1,500 of the passengers and crew members on board, including her Captain, Edward J. Smith. At that time, it went down as one of the greatest liner disasters in history.

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Handwerk, Brian (18 August 2010). "Titanic Is Falling Apart". National Geographic Magazine. Archived from the original on 14 February 2018 . Retrieved 7 March 2012. If you look at the shoes, there are indications that this child is older. The Bata Shoes museum out of Toronto analyzed them and stated that these are the shoes of a two-year-old. According to Louise and Neil Bonner, owners of the former home of Titanic Captain Edward John Smith, the shipmaster likes to make it known that he is still there. The couple has spent the last decade renting the 19th century Victorian out and their tenants have reported the same unexplained icy chills passing through them, strange noises, and even full-bodied apparitions of the Captain. The property has also suffered a flood in the kitchen and unusually cold gusts in the dining room. The operator changed to the wavelength and replied, "What Is The Name Of Your Ship." " Titanic." Came the reply.

While visiting family in Missouri, a teenager went to a traveling Titanic Exhibit and had a brush with the paranormal. Posting under the name “PrettyInPain”, she recounts the experience. Although Ghostbusters II was filmed after the discovery of the remains of the actual RMS Titanic in 1985, the specific nature of the ship's iceberg collision and overall appearance is contradictory. When I got in touch with the Molly Brown House Museum recently, a worker told me that they knew nothing of the supposed paranormal activity! Tidbits and other strange sightings Perrottet, Tony (June 2019). "A Deep Dive Into the Plans to Take Tourists to the 'Titanic' ". Smithsonian. Archived from the original on 30 May 2019 . Retrieved 31 May 2019. Hutchinson is also interested in false memories, how someone can be convinced of something that didn't happen.Maurer, Warren (October 1992). Understanding Gerhart Hauptmann. University of South Carolina Press. p. 76. ISBN 978-0-87249-823-5.

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