I was actually curious. I think what Miles suggests is a very intriguing idea. Certainly it is possible if no ship was actually going to sink to start with and if certain important people like Astor and Strauss wanted to disappear and retire in luxury with millions of insurance dollars. It is very common for large companies to defraud themselves and their investors.This is just silly trolling. Now that a lot of people are forced to remain home due to Lady Corona, some seek odd ways to entertain themselves.
Careful Steven. A little history.Must go check the mail again.
Careful Steven. A little history.
George C. Parker (March 16, 1860 – 1936) was an American con man best known for his surprisingly successful attempts to "sell" the Brooklyn Bridge. He made his living conducting illegal sales of property he did not own, often New York's public landmarks, to unwary immigrants.