How To Talk To A Ghost

How To Talk To A Ghost

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History is fascinating.  If one really would let go of all per-conceived ideas and is ready to take in what is around them; they can really talk to the ghosts of that time.  I had that very experience when I visited the Titanic exhibit.

The Titanic sank on April 15, 1912 in the icy waters of the Atlantic.  Of the 2,200 passengers, 1,500 souls were lost to the sea.  The 700 survivors lived the nightmare every day of their lives.  Even the youngest survivors who could not remember lived a nightmare.  Their ghosts visited them daily.

Robert Ballard set out in 1980 to find the Titanic.  He is an all-time explorer and seeks to find history. His time and patience paid off when he found the Titanic in September 1985.  Ballard is a huge historian for the preservation of the Titanic and understands it as a grave site.

When I visited the exhibit, I was given a passenger ticket.  It bore the name of a real second-class passenger that was aboard the Titanic; Mary Emma Corey.  The exhibit would end with finding out if your passenger survived or perished.  When one walked into the exhibit, the hands of time turned back.  It was as if I were on the boat itself! Most of the precious artifacts were behind glass.

The dishes from the kitchen floated gently to the sea floor and none broken.  Amazing.  The teacups and plates with the White Star logo were displayed along with pictures of them on the ship.  I really enjoyed the images that were alongside the retrieved artifacts. It was a somber experience.

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