The Futility of the Titanic
Writer Morgan Robertson wrote a novel in 1898 called Futility which describes the enormous British passenger liner called the SS Titan which believed to be unsinkable and carries insufficient number of lifeboats. The book was published just 14 years before the Titanic sank and the mind blowing similarities about the two. In the book, it says that the SS Titan was unsinkable and so as the Titanic. Both ships were British owned vessels around 800 feet long and both hit an iceberg and sank. Both sank at midnight in April 400 miles from New Foundland. The Titan had 3000 passengers and not enough life jackets. The Titanic had 2,207 passengers and also had not enough life jackets.
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