Titanic Remembered At Beneath The Sea Event In Secaucus

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – This year marks the 100th anniversary of the most famous shipwreck in history.

In April of 1912, the unsinkable ocean liner, Titanic, cast off on her maiden voyage and sank on its way to New York City.

One hundred years later, the Titanic is still at the bottom of the Atlantic.

As part of this weekend’s Beneath The Sea event in Secaucus, New Jersey, National Geographic deep water explorer Emory Kristof is hosting a presentation called, “100th Anniversary Of The Sinking Of A Legend: Titanic.”

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  1. Rhiannon says:

    Dear Sewer, Read your history (if you can read). Many of the passengers were travelling third class (steerage) and second class. Most of these people did not survive, drowining inside the R.M.S. Titanic. Take yiou racist, class oriented attitude and chill a bit.

  2. John Bul says:

    with your crappy attitude you will always be poor

  3. NYCsewer says:

    WHO CARES THEY WERE ALL RICH WHITE PEOPLE

    1. Bullett says:

      Hey bird brain, next time you’re on your computer, go to “Wikipedia” and read the real facts about the people who perished aboard the Titanic.

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