The Titanic Inquest: A Maritime Trial of the Century

When Titanic struck an iceberg late in the evening of April 14th, 1912 and sank into the icy North Atlantic waters just a few short hours later, it became one of the most sensationalized maritime tragedies in history. However, while much is known about the sinking and the tragic deaths … Read More

All Dogs on Deck: Forgotten Canine Passengers of the RMS Titanic

On April 10th, 1912, Titanic departed the docks of Southampton with 2,228 passengers and crew on board. While the names of many of the dead and a few survivors have become synonymous with the great ship, few know Titanic’s passenger list included twelve dogs that accompanied their owners on board … Read More

Titanic Survivor Letter Up for Auction

Back in 1912, when the RMS Titanic sank beneath the frigid waters of North Atlanta, the world was in a huge state of shock. The Titanic made headlines because it was considered the biggest ship in the world, and it had been dubbed unsinkable by the world press. While on its fourth day … Read More

Visitors Can Soon Visit Titanic Wreck – Part One

On September 1st, 1985, something very important happened that literally changed the world. A man named Bob Ballard, in a ship that was exploring the ocean, found a long lost ship that the world had forgotten about.  Dr. Robert Ballard found a ship that he had dreams of finding for … Read More