THGImage4There are a lot of terrible events that have shaped the way the world is. Even from back in ancient times, events are what changed things for either the better or the worse. In 1912, the world was fairly naive when it came to disasters, and when something bad happened, it shook the world down to its very core. Back then, mankind was just on the brink of progress, and things like the automobile were brand new. There was something arrogant about the way mankind was in 1912, but one event would change all that. Mankind thought he was superiors to nature, but man  is not, and when the RMS  Titanic went down, people realized this for the first time ever. However, what if it was not just some accident but part of some sinister plot? These plots are called conspiracy theories, and there are two that are quite interesting when it comes to the RMS Titanic.  [click to continue…]

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titanicbowThe world is a much different place now then it was 104 years ago. In 1912, when people were told something happened, it was believed, but that was then and this is now. These days, the general public distrusts when anyone in authority tells them anything including a disaster with a huge loss of life. Although the RMS Titanic sank back in 1912, there are those that study her every inch, and have come up with a list of theories that explain her tragic sinking. Here are two more of the most interesting, and craziest, reasons why the biggest ship in the world never made it to New York City. [click to continue…]

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kmBack in the day, when the 20th century first began, people were a lot more innocent and trusting than they are these days. When something terrible happened, people believed what authorities, and the government, told them. One of the biggest disasters that happened when the new century began, was the sinking of the RMS Titanic. The disaster was so horrible, that people literally did not know how to handle the news. It was reported all around the world, that the biggest ship in the world had struck an iceberg, and people believed it and were devastated. However, as time went on, people who have studied the life and death of the Titanic have come to their own various conclusions as to what happened that night, and some people even think there was a conspiracy behind it.  Here are six Titanic conspiracy theories that are very unusual, but some people actually believe caused one of the biggest disasters at sea ever. [click to continue…]

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THGImage4Even in these modern times, people are always fascinated when something tragic occurs. In 2001, New York City was attacked, the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, and the Pentagon were all attacked, and many thousands of lives were lost. The tragic events of 2001, were 15 years ago, but the fascination with it is still as strong today. In 1912, when the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg, people did not have the same access to the news that people have these days, and wanted to know all they could about not only the Titanic, but the people that survived her sinking.  Here are some fascination facts about the Titanic, and her passengers and crew, that are just as surprising today as they were 104 years ago. [click to continue…]

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titanicWhenever something tragic happens, the first thing that everyone wants to know is what happened. Even in this day and age, when tragedies happen more frequently, but more often or not, people still have a lot of questions and want answers.  Back in 1912 when the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg, sank, and over 1500 people died, everyone wanted to know all they could about such an unimaginable tragedy. Even while the 705 Titanic survivors were traveling home on the Carpathia, the telegrams were flooding the small ship, and many of them were ignored due to the fact survivors were trying to contact family members.  People were so desperate for any news, they crowded the White Star Line office in New York City, and from there, the office would post big billboards with what little information they could get.  Now even after a century, new information is constantly being discovered. Here are more facts about the RMS Titanic, which also includes the tragic night it sank. [click to continue…]

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Surprising Facts About the Titanic – Part One

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Back in 1912, the world was a different place than. People had a more innocent quality then they do now, and this naivety spread through all the classes. The 20th century was still in its early years, but the 20th century had not really officially begun as modern times know it, with war, famine, poverty, […]

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Titanic Hero Robert Hopkins Honored with Tombstone – Part One

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The night that the RMS Titanic struck and iceberg, and began to sink, not a whole lot of people knew what was going on. The senior officers on the bridge knew the Titanic was sinking, and some of them had been right there on the bridge when the rivets and metal plates scraped against the iceberg. As the ship […]

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