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Titanic Drawing Scene Haunts Kate Winslet Almost 17 Years After Titanic Movie

April 5, 2014

In 1997, the James Cameron movie Titanic came out. There had been a lot of hype surrounding the movie, and finally after more than one delay, the movie was finally released. The movie starred Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, and was an instant box-office success. The majority of the movie was carried by Kate Winslet, […]

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Titanic 2 – Myth or Reality?

January 30, 2014

In 2012, an Australian billionaire named Clive Palmer announced to the world that he was going to build a “near replica” of the most famous ship in the world, the RMS Titanic.  Palmer also claimed that he was going to make the class situation exactly like it was in 1912, and that the three different […]

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Floating Titanic Hotels

January 25, 2013

This week “The Titanic Sinking Boutique Hotel” will open at Liverpool’s Salthouse Dock.  This ten- room, three-bedroom hotel will have a replica of the first class dining room, state-of-the-art living quarters, and a luxury ballroom.

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Explorer who discovered Titanic helps Turkey recover downed jet and bodies of 2 pilots

July 14, 2012

70 year-old deep-sea archeologist and oceanographer Bob Ballard was vacationing in Jackson Hole, Wyo., when Francis J. Ricciardone, U.S. ambassador to Turkey, called to relay a request from the Turkish government.  They asked for his help finding the lost aircraft shot down on June 22nd off the coast of Syria, as well as the bodies […]

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Clive Palmer’s Quest to Bring Back the Luxury of the Titanic

May 15, 2012

Titanic 2: Australian Billionaire Cliver Palmer’s Vision Bigger, better, more modern, and hopefully not the subject of a future historical disaster, Titanic 2 (the ship, not the movie!) is currently in the planning stages. The man behind the project is an Australian man by the name of Clive Palmer, who intends to build a 21st […]

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Analyzing the History of the Titanic (2012 Edition)

January 22, 2012

The Titanic is a topic that is famous worldwide, has a variety of proven facts, and perhaps even more elements shrouded in mystery. From the number of passengers on the vessel, to what caused it to sink, there are often differing accounts and even conspiracy theories behind some of the events. The historic vessel was […]

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The Titanic Vs. The Costa Concordia Disaster

January 22, 2012

Jan 13 marked the sinking of a vessel by the name of the Costa Concordia and comparisons between it and the sinking of the Titanic have been widely publicized. The Costa Concordia sank just recently with the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on the near horizon and people from around the world […]

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Everything You Need to Know about the Titanic Memorial Cruise (100th Anniversary)

January 22, 2012

With the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on the horizon, a memorial cruise has been scheduled to celebrate the occasion. The cruise will depart on April 10th from New York and will include a number of Titanic themed events. It is aimed to celebrate the life and death of the legendary vessel. […]

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First Titanic Victim Receives Headstone After Over a Century

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As the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking approaches, a teenage boy who died while helping to build the historic ship has finally received a headstone after residing in an unmarked grave for over a century. The tragic fate of fifteen-year-old Samuel Scott is believed to be the first death connected to the RMS Titanic. […]

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Titanic Captain’s Spyglass Fails to Sell at Auction

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When auctioneer John Crane discovered Captain Edward John Smith’s spyglass among a collection of other Titanic artifacts, he expected it to sell for a considerable amount. Sadly, it didn’t sell at all, since the bids failed to even reach the reserve price. The spyglass is owned by a distant relative of Captain Smith who had […]

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