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, slipped beneath the waves taking around 1500 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 ship lost that night including an exact reproduction from the original blueprints of the “Grand Staircase.” The museum houses around 400 artifacts, items found floating on the surface of the ocean and carried off by survivors or found on victims bodies.
We will hear firsthand, some of the staffs stories and accounts of strange happenings regarding possible spirits that have made their way to the museum.
We will have the rare privilege of being able to experience the grand ship with the lights out while using some of the best equipment available. When the lights go out we will begin our investigation, exploring different locations throughout the ship with the hopes of making contact with the spirits of those who perished in the most famous disaster in maritime history.
There are only 100 tickets available for this event and they will surely go fast! Don’t miss this opportunity! The memories that will remain with you for a lifetime.
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A GHOSTLY NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Saturday March 9, 2019 a very special few will gather at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge for a true “bucket list” event.
Join us as we have a rare and very special opportunity to experience the Titanic in a way that few will ever be able to. Your voyage begins with a self guided tour of the ship during regular hours to familiarize you with the ship and her passengers and history. That night, after the sun has set and the last passengers have departed, we will assemble at 11:00p.m. sharp on the steps of the Grand Staircase to go over the nights itinerary.
While guests are encouraged to bring their own hand held equipment, there will also be ghost detecting equipment strategically located throughout the ship along with equipment used by your guides including Ovulas 5’s and SLS camera’s (If you plan on bringing a spirit box or similar device, please bring an earphone or headphones so it won’t interfere with other investigations.)
Upon completion of our investigation, we will all reassemble at the Grand Staircase where we will debrief and share our experiences of the night with each other before bidding farewell and disembarking from that most famous of luxury liners.
Then on the evening of Sunday the 10th we will gather in Gatlinburg for a special “Titanic Guests Only” only version of the Ghost and Haunt Tour of Gatlinburg. Your guides will be the same ones from the Titanic so they can answer any questions that remain from the previous night as well as introduce you to the rich folklore of the Gatlinburg area.
There are only 100 tickets available for this amazing and once in a lifetime experience! They will surely be as tresured as the original tickets aboard the greatest ship in history!
Don’t miss this “ghostly” NIGHT TO REMEMBER!