Mysteries of the Titanic


Thomas Edward will present “Mysteries of the Titanic” on Tuesday, October 3 at 6 p.m. in the large meeting room.  This program follows the life of the Titanic from the inception of the idea to build a passenger ship that was bigger and more luxurious than any ship afloat to the collision with the iceberg on the night of April 14, 1912, and the results of the Board of Inquiry.  Over forty errors and circumstances are presented to show that (1) the event should never have happened, and (2) many more lives, if not all, could have been saved.  This tragedy was truly a “Perfect Storm of Circumstances.”  You will learn:  the “How’s and Whys” of the tragedy, why the lifeboats were not full, why the ice warnings were ignored, about the prominent passengers, about the myths and legends of the Titanic and much more.  This presentation is unique, fun, and very informative.  It is guaranteed to educate and entertain.