Titanic Videos

Titanic Facts

The world's interest in the fascinating history of Titanic has endured for almost 100 yers. April 14, 2005 will mark the 93rd anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic ship and although it has been nearly a century since the infamous luxury liner sank in the Atlantic Ocean, there continues to be a thirst for information regarding Titanic facts, myths and legends. No other ship in the history of ocean travel has demanded as much interest as the Titanic. Volumes of books and reels of film have been produced regarding the most infamous shipwreck in history. We have attempted to provide here a brief introduction to some of the more fascinating facts, legends and myths regarding the sinking of the ship that was labeled "unsinkable" befor her disastrous maiden voyage in April of 1912.

Special Edition Titanic Launch in Branson

The launch and grand opening on April 7, 2006 of the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri was stunning. A warm, sunny early spring morning was a great beginning after disappointing delays and a cold, wet winter. Your eyes are not playing tricks seeing a mammoth ocean liner with buff and black funnels rising 100 feet above sailing onto the main street as a spray of water rises from her bow as she cuts through the “ocean”. The newest Titanic attraction, now open in Branson, certainly commands attention at the intersection of 76 Country Boulevard and Gretna Road. “Thousands of people line up to participate in the grand opening” announced the News-Leader (Springfield, Missouri) Saturday, April 8, 2006 in a front page story above the fold including a large photo. Lining sidewalks and hillsides Friday morning, April 7th, they came to witness the official grand opening and christening ceremony of Titanic—World’s Largest Museum Attraction, and to see TV personality, Regis Philbin. In this special edition celebrating the launch and opening, there are dozens of gorgeous color photos and eighteen pages that tell the story. Unsolved questions about the sinking of Titanic are a reason that draw us to her story. We are pleased to feature two original and absorbing investigations in this issue. The first was completed early in 2005; the second is a follow-up by Parks Stephenson to Simon Mills’ article, More Questions Than Answers and the History Channel, Titanic’s Final Moments documentary first televised in February 2006. Shortly after the kerfuffle caused from the 1998 Titanic movie depicting a shooting by Officer Murdoch, Tad Fitch and Bill Wormstedt began their sleuthing involving dozens of people and a wealth of sources. Following the tried and true method of Sherlocking the whereabouts and statements of passengers, officers and crew, the result is a well-organized and very readable bit of detective work. As this journal went to press, we lost a dear friend, Ken Shultz and Lillian Gertrud Asplund, the last American Titanic survivor died. Although she lived nearby, she maintained her privacy throughout her life. Paul Phaneuf, a funeral director and THS advisory board member put his thoughts on paper in part two of her story in the next issue. There are always people looking for overlooked Titanic treasures. Karen Kamuda found one on eBay, unbelievable as that seems.

R.M.S Titanic

This video contains a lot of (very old) pictures on Titanic, and even two short (original) films.
It also contains pictures from the famous movie "Titanic" with Kate and Leonardo as actors.
It's a monochrome film.

Titanic New Pieces Discovered!

A top-secret expedition by The History Channel to the Titanic wreck site, conducted in August, 2005, produced never-before-seen footage that could completely rewrite the final moments of the world's most famous sunken vessel. Using high-definition photographic equipment, an internationally acknowledged team of experts has located brand-new information that maritime historian Simon Mills has termed "...possibly the most significant pieces of evidence since the wreck was located in 1985." Find out what was down there and what it means to the story you thought you knew in The History Channel special presentation, TITANIC'S FINAL MOMENTS: MISSING PIECES, premiering Sunday February 26, 2006 at 9:00 p.m. ET