• Paul Amirault

Yes, I actually have a piece of coal from Titanic's maiden voyage!


Piece of coal from Titanic's maiden voyage in 1912, which was recovered from the wreck site by the salvage company RMS Titanic, Inc

This is probably the strangest piece of memorabilia from my Titanic collection. It's a small hunk of coal that was salvaged from the wreck site by RMS Titanic, Inc. The inscription reads "RMS TITANIC AUTHENTIC ANTHRACITE FROM THE 1912 MAIDEN VOYAGE." I purchased it in the late 1980s or early 1990s--long before my first past-life regression.

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In addition to being a collector of Titanic memorabilia, Paul Amirault is a Hollywood TV producer and writer. His first book, The Man Who Sent the SOS: A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic, chronicles his 12-year search to validate past-life memories of a life that ended aboard the doomed liner.

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