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.
|DAMN YOU BILLY ZANE!|
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.
Source -> http://www.wwtdd.com/2011/10/its-the-iceberg-that-sank-the-titanic/
Related (that's a stretch) link -> http://www.dannyfinnegan.com/2011/06/i-wonder-if-his-dinghy-named-carpathia.html