Mr. Thomas Whiteley, a steward on the Titanic, who was saved.
He states that the two men in the crow's nest, who were rescued, were very indignant, and said that their warnings concerning the presence of an iceberg had been ignored. Mr. Whitely appears to have had a foreboding that misfortune would overtake the vessel. Bidding goodbye to some friends at Southampton, he said, "I don't think I shall ever see you again. We are going to have a wreck."