Discussion in 'Guestbook and Comments' started by Philip Hind, Nov 20, 1996.
I hope you enjoy the site, please come back soon!
I watched a movie on the Titanic just last night, and I cried my eyes out. There were so many lives lost... many people didn't get a chance to live a life...It's really sad. Thank you for giving them the reconigtion they all deserve.
I run a state historic site that interprets turn of the century lifestyle of local banker, lawyer, state representative, and St. Louis-based utility company owner John Homer Bothwell. Since it this happened within my time period, I am interested in knowing more. I have just watched the CBS version of 'Titanic' and it got me curious.
I think that it is really cool that you explore the people side of this tragedy rather than the side that the Titanic was supposed to be unsinkable!
Thank you for the fascinating insights into an event that truly shook the world, and our smug, self-centered belief in the ultimate victory of Man and his technology over the very forces of the Cosmos. Few historical events so fully capture the tragedy, triumph, beauty, and horror of Life, and of being Human. May the Titanic's story forever teach new generations. Aloha!
Kimo L.D. Brown
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
The information at this site is great! Very informative and interesting.
I think what you're doing on this web page is honorable. I'm fascinated by the TITANIC and I am happy to find a page such as this honoring those who lost thier soles that fateful night. I believe a higher power wanted the Titanic to sink for many reasons. Many coincidences occured during the voyage that caused it to sink. If you have any publications or new information, please email me. Thank you. -Emily Moore
Oneonta, NY and Fonda, NY
Thank you so much for such an informative site. I recently watch CBS's televised mini-series of the TITANIC, & was curious to find more information (factual information) on this unfortunate tragic event. I now have you bookmarked, & I promise to periodically check b back to see what you may have posted.
I recently saw the CBS movie 'Titanic' and wanted to see what info was available on the www.
T. K. Serbyn
Rock Cave, WV
I think the TITANIC is a very sad story Its hard to belive that all those people died and even little children as young as 10 weeks old I think they should of put more life boat on th ship so everyone would have had a chance to get on the ship I just watched the moveie on Tv sunday and Tuesday night (there was 2 parts)What a good movie!
After seeing the TV movie about the Titanic, I became very interested in the people aboard. I wish I would have listened better to the names in the movie so I could look them up. I did find some of them. This page is very interesting. I appreciate all the work that went (and continues to go) into it.
I enjoyed reading it. I'm a school teacher and we've been reading about the exploration of the Titanic by Alvin and Jason, Jr.
Carol Ann Dyer
I really enjoyed the information about what happened to some of the survivors. I like to see more of that.
I'm going to tell my friends about this one!
John J. Marshall
Spectacular Web site! Thanks for helping to keep the memories alive of those who perished that cold April night.
I watched the mini series about the Titanic. I found it to be very fasinating. I could'nt believe how the people in stearage (sp) were left to be drowned while the rich were allowed to enter life boats. In addition, I could not understand why the life boats were only half filled with passengers. Lastely, I don't know why I find this subject so fasinating, but I do.
vERY INTERESTING READING. i DO HOPE YOU CONTINUE TO UPDATE. How many men dressed up like women to get in the boats it could be another category.
p. collins n/a
My fathers name was John Adams, Jr. i am his only bastard child i am seeking information about his life, i believe i have other family in the Philadelphia, Area under the name of Adams, i do know that his family was from England an sailed across, but i don't know when or by what means. I believe there is a third John possibly a fourth or fifth by now, there was also a Joseph, another brother and one sister.
Benjamin Richard Oddy
What a great reference! I watched the A & E documentary the other night and wanted to learn more about the Titanic. It would be interesting to learn what happened to the other survivors.
Minot, North Dakota
New Orleans, LA U.S.A.
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