Edwina Troutt : A Titanic survivor who died in 1984. She was 27 years old when she survived the Titanic sinking, was a beloved guest at Titanic conventions and continued to attend even into her late 90s. She died in California at the age of 100. Edwina never let the Titanic sinking spook her: She made several Atlantic crossings throughout her life.
Did the Titanic Sink Because of an Optical Illusion? New research may have found the reason why the ship struck an iceberg: light refraction via @Smithsonian Magazine
Having explored the wrecks of the Titanic and her sister ship, the Britannic, divers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler present new observations about the forensics of these two maritime disasters. 'Titanic's Last Secret's' provides vivid character sketches, archival research, and suspenseful writing. The chilling theories that are presented about the potential failings of technology make for a page-turning reading experience.
Using a new computer-generated animation, James Cameron and fellow researchers fine-tune their theory of how the Titanic looked as it sank into the freezing Atlantic on April 15,1912. The two-night television event entitled Titanic: The Final Word With James Cameron starts on April 8 at 8 p....
The findings of the new research project, a collaboration between the History Channel and Lone Wolf Documentary Group, an American film company, suggest that the Titanic broke in half when its stern had reached an angle of just 10 degrees - a scenario that could have occurred in heavy seas during any severe storm, never mind in the aftermath of hitting an iceberg.
Impressive black and white 14 x 11 photo of the White Star liner RMS Titanic. Shown here docked at Southampton, England prior to her ill-fated maiden voyage, when on April 14, 1912 she struck an iceberg and sank, taking 1,517 lives with her. Signed by the last living survivor, Millvina Dean, this historic phorograph is accompanied by an actual piece of coal recovered from the 1994 Titanic Research and Recovery Expedition, together with the Certificate of Origin establishing its authenticity.