I was recently reading a book about the Titanic in the library, when I came across a quote which read something like, "A large group of passengers came from the decks below, all clutching their possessions over their head and rushing for the lifeboats. Horrible people! Should have been called fourth class! Fortunately, due to the heroic efforts of some officers with pistols, they were forced back behind the gates." It says the quote was from someone named 'first-class passenger Edwina Corrigan.' Doubting the authenticy of the quote because it just seemed so ridiculously prejudiced, even for 1912, and because I'd never heard of anyone called Edwina Corrigan, I did a search on ET and found that it could only be Edwina Troutt, who was actually in second class. Having read a bit about her I'm a little curious if she actually had said something like this. I may be incorrect but I can't imagine her saying something like this. Is this true?