105 Years Later, Titanic still fascinates, haunts
Here's Stacey J. Miller's Huffington Post article about the 105th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, which will take place next week. I'm grateful for the shout-out to The Man Who Sent the SOS, although, DISCLAIMER, since Stacey's an old college friend (and long-time book publicist who's helping me promote the book), I can't say I'm surprised to see it! :) But anyway, thanks, Stace! And great job with the article. There's lots of interesting stuff here!
© photo 2017 by Paul Amirault
Premonitions, Paranormal, and Psychic Phenomena Involving the Titanic
SOS Stories, Part One: Titanic’s radio operator WASN’T the first to use the famous distress signal
SOS Stories, Part Two: The First American to Send an SOS
SOS Stories, Part Three: Premonition of Disaster—the Doomed Voyage of the S.S. Kentucky
SOS Stories, Part Four: Disaster Foretold—The Wreck of the S.S. Kentucky
Was Jack Dawson from Titanic a real person?
Titanic’s Song: Thoughts on the 105th Anniversary of the Sinking
Yes, I actually have a piece of coal from Titanic’s maiden voyage
Paul Amirault is a Hollywood TV producer, author, and photographer. His first book, The Man Who Sent the SOS: A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic, is now on sale.
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