Picture worth a thousand unimaginable words


Karlee Weiler

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In 2005, The History Channel sent Rob Goldsmith down to the bottom of the Atlantic to witness the wreck site of the Titanic. Rob got a chance to shoot some footage of his own and posted it on YouTube. It's title is "Tale of Two Journeys." While watching the mesmerizing footage, I noticed a face so familiar it was scary. At about 3:03, the camera reaches Captain Smith's bathroom. Attached, is what I saw and hopefully many of you can see as well. It is the only thing I can see in the still image. Let me know what you think...and sorry the writing is so sloppy, im on my lap top! =)
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Yes...yes you are. Haha. Yeah I see it, but only because you pointed it out. And it really doesn't bare the slightest resemblance in my opinion. Except for the part that somewhat looks like a beard.
 

Erin Hopkins

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I'm sorry to burst your bubble Karlee but what you're seeing is called "matrixing." The way the light is shining on it makes it look like what our brains "see" as a face.

But for the record I'm a firm believer in the paranormal.
 
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As was the face on Mars, it's just an anomaly.
If you look harder at Titanic wreck images, I am certain you will find other people features. I was so interested in the face on Mars, that upon furthur research I found a NASA image of the most perfect shaped heart...just a freak formation, a direct result of a sandslide.

Michael Cundiff
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However Karlee, I must thank-you for the mention of Rob Goldsmith. There are some awesom Titanic wreck images on his web-site. A great image of the imbedded rudder is found, for very few images of the rudder are available. I can think of only one in Ballard's book and the one in the THS journal in regards to out-takes from "Ghosts of the Abyss", presented on behalf of Ken Marschall.
Also, per the Goldsmith wreck images...that is about as close you will ever get to the port-wing propellor!!

Michael Cundiff
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I'm with you on that one, Matthew. I think it looks more like the golden Aztec statuette at the beginning of "Raiders of the Lost Ark."
 

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