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Titanic Conspiracy Theories Debunked

The conspiracy theory that the White Star Line 'swapped' the Olympic and the Titanic is an old one, but it was comprehensively and thoroughly debunked when explorer Bob Ballard found and photographed the wreck. By Tony Cross Both the Olympic and...

Titanic Conspiracy Theory Claims the Ship Never Sank

Among the many conspiracy theories about major world events, is the claim that the Titanic never sank but was switched with its sister ship

Titanic Actor Visits Home of the Gods

Hollywood star Billy Zane was spotted enjoying a break at Mount Olympus, known as the home of Zeus and the major Greek gods since before the time of Homer. Zane, who became known for his villainous role as Caledon Hockley...

New Tourist Attraction: Titanic Sister Ship Britannic to Be the Centerpiece of Kea's Diving Park

Yiannis Tsavelakos, owner of a local diving club, is seeking to turn the wreck of Titanic’s sister ship, HMHS Britannic, into an underwater attraction for scuba divers. The wreck of the Britannic, one of three Olympic-class ships that sank...

James Cameron on a Documentary Mission to Find Lost City of Atlantis

James Cameron, director of Hollywood box office hits like Titanic and Avatar, is set to be the executive producer of a documentary about the mythical island of Atlantis. The famous filmmaker will work with National Geographic Channel to shoot...

Kea Shipwrecks Celebrate Centenary and Promote Diving Tourism [Video]

In November 1916, two ships were wrecked off the coast of Kea, a Cycladic island in the Aegean. The Municipality of Kea and the Friends of Kea Society are casting the spotlight with a program of events aimed at...

Greek Collector Pays €20,000 for Titanic Cracker

A cracker that survived the sinking of the Titanic was sold for approximately 20,000 euros to a collector from Greece, according to a Daily Mail report. Henry Aldridge & Son auction in Wiltshire sold the cracker, with Andrew Aldridge saying: "It's...

Greek Illustrator Draws the Titanic for National Geographic

Nick Kaloterakis is a Sydney-based illustrator and has worked for Popular Science magazine during the past few years. He was born in Athens and is of Cretan origin. In Greece, he became interested in photography, drawing and graphic arts. In...

The Greek Passengers of Titanic

Now that Titanic 3D has been released, it raises some questions: how many stories were actually written and how many more have never been told about the world's most famous ship? We all know how the orchestra played till...