The website wwtdd is claiming that newly found photographs show the iceberg that sunk the RMS Titanic on April 15th, 1910. Frankly I’m not sure how any photographs of the iceberg could even exist considering the ship was hit at approximately 11:40 pm and the ship sunk at 2:20 am. It would have been too dark to take any photographs. The photograph above was presumably taken during the day, and I have to believe the ship would have traveled further than the distance to the iceberg in the photograph (since it is sitting below the horizon line) from the time the sun set to midnight. Any thoughts?
It seems incredible, but today there are new pictures that reportedly show the (surprisingly small) iceberg that sank the Titanic 99 years ago and took the lives of 1,517 people. There’s also a second picture showing two lifeboats filled with a handfull of survivors – wwtdd