The Not-So-Luxurious Titanic

But what was life onboard the Titanic actually like? Not much like taking a cruise today. Traveling on the Titanic was a voyage of purpose, primarily to transport mail, cargo and passengers, many of whom[…]

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Belfast Embraces the Titanic

Hundreds of people gathered to remember the 1,512 men, women and children who perished when the passenger liner sank on its maiden voyage about 350 miles southeast of Newfoundland on April 15, 1912. Among the[…]

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The Tale told

Jean Seward Uppman of Manhattan, whose uncle, Frederic K. Seward, dined at the same table as Stead on the Titanic. She said her uncle, who survived the sinking, later told her that Stead entertained their[…]

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Mummys Curse

Do you believe in the Mummy’s Curse?? In 1881 Douglas Murray, of the British Foreign Office in Egypt, Purchased a mummy from the Egyptian government & brought it on board the ship he was sailing[…]

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