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The Titanic Exhibit

Definition: During the Titanic exhibit's 2008 stay at the Georgia Aquarium, a team from Roswell Georgia Paranormal Investigations captured voices on a digital voice recorder and reported the presence of a young crew member, an elderly woman and an older gentleman in various areas of the exhibit.

 

It's been 100 years since the Titanic and 1,500 of its passengers sank to a watery grave. Divers have since recovered numerous artifacts from the site of the wreck. Have the spirits of those lost souls somehow survived, as well?

Since 1994, an exhibit of Titanic artifacts managed by RMS Titanic, Inc., has traveled to major cities around the world. In multiple locations, the local staff, volunteers and visitors to the exhibit have reported experiencing strange phenomena and eerie sensations as they view the authentic artifacts. During the exhibit's 2008 stay at the Georgia Aquarium, a team from Roswell Georgia Paranormal Investigations even captured voices on a digital voice recorder and reported the presence of a young crew member, an elderly woman and an older gentleman in various areas of the exhibit.

One Atlanta volunteer reported feeling a hand move over her head and through her hair. And while viewing a replica of the ship's first-class quarters, also in Atlanta, a 4-year-old boy repeatedly asked, "Who's that lady?" and "What is she doing?" The adults with him saw only a dress laid out across a loveseat. At the Putnam Museum in Davenport, Iowa, volunteers and members of the staff reported the distinct smell -- and sometimes even the appearance -- of cigar smoke in the vicinity of a cigar holder recovered from the ship.

An actor who played the role of a uniformed ship's officer at a permanent Titanic exhibit in Orlando, Fla., also reported the smell of cigar smoke and was startled one night to see the reflection of a real-life Titanic officer when he looked into a mirror in a replica of the ship's veranda cafe. When the actor yelled, "Who's that?" the mysterious officer smiled and walked awaye

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