posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:07 PM
It was an interesting theory.
I watched the documentary. The fact that JP Morgan called in sick to the cruise and was then found on vacation with his mistress in the South of
France a couple of days later is a bit suspicious, as is the fact that the boiler crew quit en masse right before the sailing, right at a time when
none of them would have found other jobs. Someone knew something.
However, the lack of any identifying furniture etc from Olympic seems a bit of a mystery - every piece that came up or was photographed on the bottom
had Titanic's number on.
One thing I did find VERY interesting is the "only piece of the wreckage bought to the surface was the 17 ton piece of hull". What I find
interesting is that this is the only piece raised, and it's conveniently the piece of the hull that "beyond a shadow of a doubt" shows this wreck
to be Titanic. Of all the pieces of the entire ship that could have been raised, they raised just that very small portion that shows this "beyond a
Sounds fishy to me.
The documentary also glosses over the fact that 55 first class passengers cancelled their tickets almost immediately before sailing, almost like they
were told not to go.