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First Officer Murdoch of Titanic. He went down with the ship. (his suicide in the movie is purely fiction)

First Officer Murdoch of Titanic. He went down with the ship. (his suicide in the movie is purely fiction)

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rai replay 14 aprile 2016 geo & geo

rai replay 14 aprile 2016 geo & geo

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Portada de Erebos

Portada de Erebos

(Colonel Archibald Gracie) Sadly, after this fifty-three year old survived the harrowing experience of being pulled under as Titanic sank, he died only eight months later, the last chapter of his account unwritten. It is said that he never recovered fully either emotionally or physically from his experience.

(Colonel Archibald Gracie) Sadly, after this fifty-three year old survived the harrowing experience of being pulled under as Titanic sank, he died only eight months later, the last chapter of his account unwritten. It is said that he never recovered fully either emotionally or physically from his experience.

William McMaster Murdoch – the first mate. It was he who carried the watch, and was unable to prevent a collision with an iceberg. William Murdoch was killed along with the Titanic.

William McMaster Murdoch – the first mate. It was he who carried the watch, and was unable to prevent a collision with an iceberg. William Murdoch was killed along with the Titanic.

Inside the Titanic Under Sea | TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Sixth Officer James Paul Moodyof the Titanic

Inside the Titanic Under Sea | TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Sixth Officer James Paul Moodyof the Titanic

Note the position of those shoes. Now think about the position of your feet if you were to lie on the floor, on your side, with your ankles crossed. This is not a coincidence. Titanic explorer Robert Ballard:  "There used to be bodies in those shoes. The body parts deteriorated, and the skeletal remains decalcified. The only thing left are the shoes, and the leather is perfectly preserved." Titanic sank 100 years ago on 4/14/1912. Heartbreaking.

Note the position of those shoes. Now think about the position of your feet if you were to lie on the floor, on your side, with your ankles crossed. This is not a coincidence. Titanic explorer Robert Ballard: "There used to be bodies in those shoes. The body parts deteriorated, and the skeletal remains decalcified. The only thing left are the shoes, and the leather is perfectly preserved." Titanic sank 100 years ago on 4/14/1912. Heartbreaking.

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