“Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” by Judith B. Geller

Submerged under 12,500 feet of water, deprived from oxygen and daylight, lies the souls of the men, women and children who lost their lives on April 15, 1912. It took just 3 hours for the unsinkable ship, The RMS Titanic, to slowly disappear under the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The stillness that fateful, dark night prevented early detection of a titanic size (pun intended) iceberg that ripped the steel off the vessel, allowing tons of water to drown everything in its path, deck by deck. 

2,228 people on board, including the ship’s staff. Most where crossing the ocean in hopes of a better life. No one imagined having to climb or be thrown into a lifeboat of which there were not enough, by half. 705 people survived the freezing temperatures waiting for a rescue ship. The rest of the people floated to their death in 28-degree water or went down with the ship.

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If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself!

Until next time, take life one page at a time!



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