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The Titanic -  The Titanic - ghosts from below  photo taken on the Titanic. No explanation was recorded of… 16 saves BBC News

The Titanic - The Titanic - ghosts from below photo taken on the Titanic. No explanation was recorded of… 16 saves BBC News

The Titanic's captain Edward Smith. Picture from Getty Images.

Titanic: The final messages from a stricken ship

Charles John Joughin was the Chief Baker on the Titanic. He fortified himself with whiskey during the sinking and was seen staggering around the deck throwing deck chairs into the water for people to hold onto. He himself went into the water and, although drunk, managed to swim to an overturned lifeboatand balance himself on the keel until another lifeboat picked him up.

CHARLES JOHN JOUGHIN (Crew) - Photos - Take a look at the faces of Titanic passengers & crew

Charles John Joughin was the Chief Baker on the Titanic. He fortified himself with whiskey during the sinking and was seen staggering around the deck throwing deck chairs into the water for people to hold onto. He himself went into the water and, although drunk, managed to swim to an overturned lifeboatand balance himself on the keel until another lifeboat picked him up.

The violin belonging to Wallace Hartley that he played as they both went down with the Titanic was authenticated to be the real thing.  RIP Mr. Hartley.

Found: Violin that played as the doomed Titanic went down more than 100 years ago

The violin belonging to Wallace Hartley that he played as they both went down with the Titanic was authenticated to be the real thing. RIP Mr. Hartley.

Alfred Frank Evans..On the night of the disaster Evans and fellow lookout George Hogg were on duty from 6 to 8 p.m. Evans was in bed when the Titanic collided with an iceberg. Evans and Hogg were woken by the impact and went forward to the forecastle to investigate. They relieved Fleet and Lee in the crows nest at eight bells (12 a.m.) about twenty minutes after the accident. They remained there about twenty minutes before heading to the boat deck.  Evans was rescued in lifeboat 15..

Alfred Frank Evans..On the night of the disaster Evans and fellow lookout George Hogg were on duty from 6 to 8 p.m. Evans was in bed when the Titanic collided with an iceberg. Evans and Hogg were woken by the impact and went forward to the forecastle to investigate. They relieved Fleet and Lee in the crows nest at eight bells (12 a.m.) about twenty minutes after the accident. They remained there about twenty minutes before heading to the boat deck. Evans was rescued in lifeboat 15..

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