Titanic facts and Myths

Here are some Disaster Facts about Titanic that no one knows:

Titanic facts

1.A man who survived the sinking of a ship in 1871 was finally able to overcome his fear and decided to sail again in 1912:he died in the sinking of the titanic.

2.A newly-discovered species of rust-eating bacteria will have consumed the wreck of the titanic within 20 years.

3.There’s a conspiracy theory saying the titanic never sunk. Insted, it was her sister ship,the Olympic,and it was an insurance scam.

4.In 1898,fourteen years before the Titanic Sank,the author Morgan Robertson wrote a book about an “unsinkable”ship called the “Titan” that crashed into an iceberg and sank.

5.A priest on the titanic refused to board a lifeboat twice.Instead,he stayed behind to hear confessions and give absolution to the people left on the ship.

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6.After the titanic sank,the families of the band members were billed by White star Line for the cost of the uniforms worn as the band members died.

7.KimII-sung,founder of North Korea,was born on the day the Titanic Sank.

8.It took seventy three years to find the wreck of the Titanic.

9.Kate Winslet,Who played in the movie “Titanic”, hated the song “My heart will Go On”, and said it makes her feel”like throwing up”.

10.Ships today are more likely to encounter an iceberg than the Titanic was.

11.The iceberg that sank the Titanic began its journey somewhere around 1000BCE.

12.Not a single engineer,out of the 30,made it off the Titanic:they stayed and kept the power on so others could escape.

13.53% of the people on the Titanic could have survived using the lifeboats.Only 31% did.

14.Nearly a dozen of Couples were celebrating their honeymoon on the Titanic.

15.The Japanese who survived the Titanic disaster was called “THE GREAT COWARD” in his country for not dying with the other passengers.

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