I went to several original sources, such as the Titanic Inquiry Project testimonies. I left alone any testimony that was ambiguous, or that ran together events that were clearly separate as evidenced by the multiplicity of other testimonies. I also didn't believe Joughin's late-in-the-sinking testimony, because he had been spending an hour getting drunk. He was helping himself to the Lounge Bar at the No. 3 funnel when the ship first broke and he heard the rush of feet going aft. He then joined those people, and the rest of his story is muddled and conflicting.