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When First Class Passenger Tyrell Cavendish descended the grand staircase on the Titanic, perhaps he was reminded of the staircase at his family home, Crakemarsh Hall. The two had many similarities. Crakemarsh Hall is sadly now demolished but you can buy the staircase from an architectural salvage yard in England... for a mere £64,000.
Titanic Passenger "E Haven"... "swell gambler" and notorious crook shown in a 1906 mugshot. Harry Haven Homer a "dangerous and suspicious character" survived the Titanic wreck to continue his life of crime...
While Dickinson and Helen Bishop were honeymooning in Egypt a fortune teller had divined her future. She would survive a shipwreck and an earthquake before an automobile accident would end her life. "We have to be rescued, she told others in her lifeboat, "for the rest of my prophecy to come true." Read the rest of Helen's story to find out if it did.
Judge supports a woman who lost her husband in the Titanic catastrophe.— Read more...
From gamblers keeping a low profile to prominent socialites avoiding the glare of publicity to lovers on the run... A surprising number of Titanic passengers and crew used a false identity... so Who was Who on the Titanic?
Five Titanic survivors made it to 100 years of age, and more than 60 reached 90 years. Discover who were Titanic's longest surviving survivors...
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