Titanic Memorial Plaque Not Stolen After All

On the night of April 14th, 1912, a large ship named the RMS Titanic was sailing across the North Atlantic heading for New York City. The first four days of the voyage were absolutely perfect, in fact, too good according to the passengers aboard her. The Titanic boasted the best of everything including … Read More

Wallace Hartley’s Titanic Violin Discovered

Wallace Hartley, the son of a mill worker, learned to play music as a student at the George St Wesleyan School and later played at a local chapel where his father was choirmaster. Survivors recount seeing the band playing even as water gushed on board, a scene which has been … Read More

Is Robert Ballard Tired Of Talking About The Titanic?

In a recent interview from the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography, Robert Ballard, the discoverer of the Titanic, touched on a number of interesting subjects, some related to the “unsinkable ship”, others going beyond that. Firstly, Ballard believes that he has had many more important discoveries than … Read More