In Charles (I hope I spell this right) Pellagrano's follow up to "HER NAME TITANIC","GHOSTS OF THE TITANIC", he says that if the ship went down as thought, the fireplace in the smoking room would set it on fire! This is on the illustrations on pages 176-195. They show on pages 190-191. First of all, there must have been some protection from hot coals igniting the floor, since the Titanic was built to withstand rough seas. I am puzzled! Help me!