Elizabeth Shutes - are these the real passengers or stand ins. Some of them are soh disgustingly fake .
That other fakish lady . Disgusting .
Violet was pure act . This video did not do the victims justice .
I have ceased agreeing that this ship was unsinkable . Way way too many errors . Don't want to hear " unsinkable " in a description any more .
My God , the deck was so narrow !
Too fakish .
Ppl were fake acting .
My next door neighbour's Great Grandmother worked as a maid on the Titanic. She doubled as a call girl for wealthy in 1st class most evenings. Once the ship hit the iceberg she apparently performed dozens of blow jobs and hand-gobs for men paying big money to go out with a smile on their face. She managed to make it into one of the last lifeboats. She continued working as an escort for P&O cruise liners up until her death in 1994.
Oddly, there were no accounts of grabbing anything available to use as a temporary raft.
1500, no doubt screaming to be saved. Its unimaginable!, terrifying, and where was God ???
All down to the last instance, which was NO GLASSES ON THE BRIDGE!
But fir that! the rest could have perhaps brought her to land safely, even if limping a bit.
Stfu about the dollie
To see their ship die had to be the most frightening part of that disaster
I’m currently rewatching GOT and hearing Tywin Lannister as narrator is awesome.
I really enjoyed this. Thank you for posting! It's really mind boggling when you think about the many maritime laws enforced as a result of Titanic's sinking. I mean, there wasn't a PA system or any way of sharing info with passengers. They never realized the danger they were in until it was too late. In another documentary, they acted out how long it took the crew to load & lower the lifeboats. At least 20-30 mins a piece! It's amazing that they were able to launch as many as they did. RIP to them all. Survivors & non survivors alike. ❤️
I don’t understand how they could get certain details so wrong in a professional production like this, but they do. The most glaring example is saying the Carpathia steamed THREE HUNDRED MILES to reach Titanic’s wreck site. The distance was actually around 55 miles and Carpathia covered it in around 3.5 hours. To cover 300 n.mi. in that time Carpathia would have needed to travel at over 80 knots, that’s somewhere around 90 mph. Surely you’d have thought they’d catch that glaring issue in editing!
KTGLWzuUY7s&t=40m01s 40:01 . And to think what Washington is now
I know it may sound crazy but as modern technology progresses supposing someday it would be possible to raise and reconstruct what s left of the titanic