A Skull was spotted in the D-Deck Reception Room. (2001 dive)


Auden G Minor

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I have the photo right here:
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Hope this answer's your question!
 
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Thanks, I know that picture.
Aside from what Pelligirino has in his book, is it not strange that neither Don Lynch nor Ken Marschall ever mentioned it?! ;)
 
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Thanks Auden for showing him the pic Steven uploaded.

I agree, but it may just be one of those things that no one wants to talk about. And, Pelligrino is a Titanic historian, I doubt, if Ken Marschall or Don Lynch ever read the book, they'd let him get away with that if the claim was false.
 
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I posted that pic as it came up in several searches. But as I said before you need more pics of it from different angles. It could be anything. I mentioned the Face on Mars because many people were convinced about it and wrote books and had all kinds of theories. But when NASA went back and took more pics from different angles and the sun in a different position it was just a another mountain. But still amazing what NASA has done there.
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I agree, but like I said, I believe what he says about his experiences during the 2001 dive. Why lie when you can be easily discredited by the person/people that you said you experienced with them?

I check the facts during the 1912 segments.
 
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I am afraid it is no longer available online.
However there are bits and parts in printed version. The magazine Voyage of Titanic International Society had dive reports from the different expeditions to the wreck including 1996. You can buy back issues from them directly sometimes you can find them at auction sites like eBay.
 
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Can not tell you if it is there or not. If I understand it right Wayback did not save everything. Also do not know when it "disappeared" online. Web pages comes and goes...
 
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I agree, the Wayback machine does not save every bit of the archived websites URLs.

On another note, I was able to watch the entire 1977 release of Star Wars: A New Hope on that Congress site. But then they deleted it for some reason.
 

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Can not tell you if it is there or not. If I understand it right Wayback did not save everything. Also do not know when it "disappeared" online. Web pages comes and goes...
Do you remember the website name for the RMST inc Website, or whatever their website was called? Maybe some of their former website was archived? I was able to find their expedition, chartering, and salvage award documents earlier tonight.
 

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