GREAT LOSS OF LIFE
Do Ghosts Roam the Titanic Museum?
On the night of April 14th, 1912 the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg in the north Atlantic and in the early morning hours of the 15th, she slipped beneath the waves taking between 1500 and 1600 men, women and children with her.
It has long been theorized by those that study the possibility of ghosts, that they attach themselves to one of three things, a person, a place or a thing.
The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge is a painstakingly faithful reproduction of the actual front half of the ship lost that night up to and including an exact reproduction to the finest detail of the “Grand Staircase.” there are also at any given time about 400 artifacts, items from the actual Titanic’s maiden and tragically final voyage. Some of the items belonged to the ship itself, others were far more personal brought on board by the passengers who were never able to take them off in New York as they they were scheduled.
We will hear some of there stories and accounts, see pictures that have been taken there only to capture spirits that have made their way to the museum.
We will have the rare privilege of being able to not only experience the grand ship/museum but have dinner as the first class passengers did in 1912 and later go lights out and useing some of the best equipment available, cover the ship with the hopes of documenting evidence of ghosts that may have attached themselves to the more than 400 items brought to the museum from the Titanic and in turn now roam the hallways and rooms of the ship.
There are only 100 tickets available for this event and they will surely go fast, please don’t miss this opportunity and the memories that will remain with you for a lifetime.
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A GHOSTLY NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Sunday Oct 28, 2018 a very special few will gather at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge for a true “bucket list” event.
We encourage all attendee’s to dress appropriately to the period of the night of April 14th 1912.
Join us as we have a rare and very special opportunity to experience the Titanic in a way few outside of those on the ship that fateful night have. We will have a guided tour of the ship along with an oppertunity to take a keepsake photograph on the Grand Staircase followed by a trip up to the 3rd floor and the first class dining room were you will be seated and served just as the first class passengers were that fatefull night on White Star Lines china and crystal, linen and candelabra all to set the stage for a meal fit for John Jacob Astor himself.
With dinner finished, it will be lights out on ship and you will be in groups investigating different locations on the ship, trying to make contact with the spirit energy left by those victims of perhaps the most famous maritime disaster in history.
While guests are encouraged to bring there own hand held equipment, there will be ghost detecting equipment strategically located throughout the ship along with some other equipment used by your guides including Ovulas 5’s and SLS camera’s, all the same type of equipment used by the show in there Titanic ghost hunt.
After we have completed our investigation, we will all gather again in the dining room where we will debrief and share our experiences of the hunt with each other before bidding farewell and disembarking from that most famous of luxury liners.
There are only 100 tickets available for this amazing and once in a lifetime experience and they will surely be as sought after and tresured as the original tickets were on the great ship over 106 years ago.
Please don’t miss your opportunity to experience this one of a kind and “ghostly” NIGHT TO REMEMBER!