Some facts you probably didn’t know, about Titanic.
RMS Titanic, probably one of the most highly talked-about ships in the history, the largest ship of its time, the pride of Great Britain, the world’s first reputed-to-be unsinkable ship, the 52 thousand tonne of monstrosity, sank in the North Atlantic Ocean.
It was late night on 14th of April 1912, 11:40 p.m., to be precise; most of the passengers had already retired for the night while the remaining were still busy, relishing the music and the last few drinks of the night, in the ball room. Suddenly, there was a thunderous bang, as the ship came to a jolting stop. After a couple of minutes of loud screams, petrifying shrieks, and helpless cries, came the moment of realization. Titanic had hit a huge, floating iceberg. It was sinking.
We all have heard and read a lot about the tragedy, even seen it in the James Cameron movie. However, there are a few facts that probably not many would know, and which are both, spooky and disturbing at the same time. Let me share a few of them here: