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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A Titanic Mystery – Did A Man Dress Up As A Woman To Escape The Sinking Ship?

January 27, 2014

In 1912, society had very strict rules about how men and women behaved, especially when there was a crisis. The most important people who were to be saved first were women and children, which also included when the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank. There were 1,523 people that died that fateful night, and […]

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A Titanic Mystery – A Question of Fired Shots and Murdered Passengers

January 22, 2014

When it comes to the RMS Titanic, there are some mysteries that will endure forever because the ship itself can never be raised from the bottom of the ocean for a full-on scientific investigation. However, many historians continue to investigate Titanic’s first and only voyage to learn about every moment they can. Like with any […]

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Titanic: How It Really Sank – A Review Of the Documentary

January 19, 2014

The RMS Titanic sank to the bottom of the ocean after striking an iceberg, and over 1500 people died the night of April 15, 1912. However, while these are all facts that cannot be disputed, there is a documentary that claims that the RMS Titanic was doomed from the moment of her construction.  There have […]

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Thomas Andrews – A Talented Designer That Met With A Tragic Fate

January 15, 2014

The RMS Titanic was more than just a ship, and to many people, she represented things like hope, dreams, and the start of a new life. One such man that saw the Titanic as the start of a new and better life was her designer, Thomas Andrews.  On the night that the Titanic struck an […]

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Bruce Ismay: Coward, Villain, or A Man Who was Judged Unfairly?

January 12, 2014

On October 17th, 1937, Joseph Bruce Ismay had a stroke and died at the age of 74.  Ismay had been living in a house in Wirral, which is close to Liverpool.  He had only been in living in England for about three months after having lived for over a decade in Ireland.  After living in […]

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A Statue For a Titanic Hero – Captain Edward James Smith

January 8, 2014

There is an old saying that the captain goes down with his ship, and there have been many disasters at sea in which the captain did indeed stay on the ship, and was hailed as a brave man and hero for seeing to it that all the passengers were safely away.  When a captain does […]

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Titanic – A Review of the 1953 Moving Starring Barbara Stanwyck and Clifton Webb

January 5, 2014

The rights of a mother to protect her children, and do what is best for them, plays a very big part in this movie. The movie Titanic came out in 1953, and starred Barbara Stanwyck, Clifton Webb, and Robert Wagner.  While the movie does take place aboard the Titanic¸ the story actually involves the married […]

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A Review of Titanic 2 – 100 Years Later Lightning Strikes Twice

December 29, 2013

Titanic 2 was made by The Asylum, a production company known for its fine selection of B-rated movies including the mega-hit Sharknado.  The movie stars Marie Westbrook, Bruce Davison, and Shane Van Dyke, who not only wrote and directed Titanic 2, but is also the grandson of comedic legend, Dick Van Dyke. Shane Van Dyke […]

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Secrets of the Titanic Documentary – A Review of Bob Ballard Exploring the RMS Titanic

December 22, 2013

In 1985, underwater explorer Dr. Robert Ballard held a press conference in which he told the world that he had found the most famous ship ever, the RMS Titanic.  That same year of Ballard’s discovery, National Geographic came out with an issue of their famous magazine that had the Titanic on the cover. One year […]

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A Night To Remember – A Review of the Movie From Walter Lord’s Best Selling Book

December 22, 2013

The opening scene of A Night To Remember is a christening of the great ship Titanic, which is something that never happened. For those that earn their living on the sea, it is considered bad luck for a ship to sail without being christened, and many feel that the lack of christening is what doomed […]

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