Titanic shipThe RMS Titanic struck an iceberg, and sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic, on the night of April 14, 1912. Even though she has been gone for 103 years, there are still news stories that are coning out about the great ship every single day.  Despite the amount of time that has passed since Titanic went down, there is still more information coming out about that horrific night, and the over 1500 people that died that tragic night.  For those that are not familiar with the Titanic’s story, and tragic end, here are 5 facts that will shock you about the world’s most luxurious ocean liner that sank over 100 years ago. [click to continue…]

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wallace-valise-violinOne of the most famous pieces of history is returning to a place that it once called home. Just what is this very special piece of history? The violin that once belonged to a young man named Wallace Hartley. For anyone that is a student of the famous sinking of the RMS Titanic, the name Wallace Hartley is very familiar. Wallace Hartley was in charge of the Titanic’s band, and as the big ship sank slowly into the North Atlantic, this brave group of men played lively tunes trying to keep the passengers calm. The band played until the water, and the slant of the Titanic’s deck was too much for them even be able to stand. However, the men were very brave, and once the ship went down, they were all in the water fighting the cold. Out of the men in the band, the only body that was recovered was that of Wallace Hartley. When the body was examined , something very special was found attached to Hartley’s back, and that was his most prized possession, his violin.  [click to continue…]

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Even today, after more than 100 years, the sinking of the RMS Titanic is still a fascinating. There are tons of Titanic books, and they are broken down into various categories. However, among the books that are historically accurate, there are some that offer the story of the biggest ship in the world set in the world of fiction. The books that are written in non-fiction are just as fascinating as the fiction once, and now there is a brand new book that offers a compelling theory about the sinking that is sure to get everyone who has ever studied the Titanic talking about such a fascinating theory. [click to continue…]

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titanic-600Back in 1909, the great ship, the RMS Titanic  began construction. By this time, her big sister, RMS Olympic was already completed, and on her way to being fitted out. The world would never be the same, especially once the Titanic  was built, launched, and then ultimately sank. However, once this great ship was complete, there was a special ceremony, and a special plaque was made to commemorate the occasion. However, once the Titanic was launched, and then sank, everyone was so shocked by the tragedy, that the plaque was soon forgotten. But now, over 100 and three years since the great ship, Titanic went down, this lost piece of history has once again been found, and in a place no one expected it to be, the country of Spain. [click to continue…]

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titanic-new-movie-soundtrackThe 1997 Titanic movie that was written, and directed, by James Cameron is still being talked about even though this December will be the 18th anniversary of the movie’s release. Up until Cameron’s other big smash hit movie, Avatar came out in 2009, Titanic had been the highest grossing movie of all time for 12 straight years.  As of 2009, Avatar was the new highest grossest movie of all time, but Titanic is still the movie that everyone talks about.  For those fans of the movie, Titanic, here are some of the silliest quotes from the movie organized by characters. [click to continue…]

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A Peak Inside The Titanic Museum in Branson, Missouri

July 17, 2015

The world’s largest museum attraction is nestled in the backyard of the Ozarks. Located in Branson, Missouri right off of the strip, the Titanic Museum offers insight into the historic British cruise ship. The museum is a gorgeous replica of the luxury liner which allows visitors to stroll through the realistic hallways, see the cabins […]

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Drain the Titanic – Documentary Review

June 29, 2015

The RMS Titanic sank in 1912, and this year marks the 30th anniversary of when the great ship was found in 1985.  Bob Ballard found the ship on the night of September 1, and it was a huge relief to the team. Ballard, and his team from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute had been searching for […]

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Chinese ‘Titanic’ Replica To Open in October of 2017

June 23, 2015

For people that are Titanic enthusiasts, the news that Australian billionaire Clive Palmer, was going to make their dreams come true. Back in 2012, Palmer claimed he was going to built the infamous ship, and it would be setting sail in 2016. However, since that time, Palmer has done absolutely nothing to get the ship built, […]

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A Funny Look at the Titanic Movie In 8- Bit Cinema

June 4, 2015

The Titanic has been gone now for 103 years, but she is still being talked about to this day. The story of her survivors and victims too are still being written about in the newspapers, and on television, even to this day. Right now, a new Titanic game is coming out, and it looks so amazing that everyone […]

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Amazing Titanic Stories You Didn’t Know About

May 9, 2015

Think you know all about the Titanic? Well guess what, she has been gone for 103 years, and new stories area coming out about her all the time. In the over 100 years, more and more stories about things that happened that terrible night are being discovered and shared with the whole world. Think you know all […]

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Rare Titanic Deck Chair Up For Auction and Sells

April 19, 2015

On April 15, 1912, the RMS Titanic sank into the  black waters of the North Atlantic while only 705 survivors watched from tiny lifeboats. Within one hour after the Titanic went down, the RMS Carpathia showed up at the scene, and the survivors were taken on board to warm blankets, coffee, brandy, and the welcoming arms of the […]

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