I once read in a general reference book on disasters (sorry, the name of the book and author don't readily spring to mind) that the sinking of the Eastland was captured on film from start to finish. Supposedly, the film was so disturbing that it was not released to the public. I'm a little skeptical about this since I've seen photographs and even postcards from 1915 showing corpses-mostly women-being pulled from the wreck. I really don't see how watching a newsreel of a ship capsizing could be more disturbing than getting a postcard with a photo of a drowned human being on it! Does anyone know if a film of the Eastland sinking ever did exist, and is it still around somewhere today?