Wednesday, October 19, 2011

My heart will go on

Joking aside, the Titanic is an incredible story (No not the movie, what actually happened).

WWTDD claims to have a few pictures of the actual iceberg that sank the doomed ship and claimed the lives of over 1500 people, 99 years ago.

See them below, in addition to a pic of people escaping the disaster in lifeboats. You'll notice the lifeboats are not actually full. This will become an issue later in the film adaptation of the event.


Yeah I'd like a better source than just "Pacific Coast" too, but I figured it couldn't hurt to post these before that materialized. Also, didn't this happen at night*? Why was a 1912 era camera able to capture these so clearly?

*rhetorical question-  It did.

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