Titanic and the Mystery Ship

Titanic and the Mystery Ship

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As the Titanic was swallowed by a freezing sea, over 800 miles from the nearest land, her 2,200 passengers and crew attempted desperately to advert tragedy. Lifeboats were lowered, and constant SOS signals sent, but most realised they would require a miracle to avoid their doom. And then it came. Approaching over the horizon was a ship, coming ever closer and then stopping within five or six miles of the Titanic. The joy on board the sinking ship was unimaginable; the crew even reassured passengers that rescue was imminent. Agonisingly, however, the vessel did not come to the rescue - despite rockers of appeal - but gradually turned and moved away, abandoning over 1,500 people to their fate. The search for the 'Mystery Ship' began immediately, and both Britain and the USA accused a ship called the Californian of deserting the Titanic in her hour of need. But was the 'Mystery Ship' the Californian? For the first time, this book explores the totality of evidence, with the discovery of the Titanic's actual wreck site in 1985 allowing crucial insights not available during official investigations seventy-three years earlier. Combining a penetrating arguement with an extensive collection of archive photographs and materials, this book aims to find clear answers to the many riddles of the Titanic's 'Mystery Ship'. Senan Molony is Political Editor with the Irish Daily Mail. He has over twenty years experience in covering all forms of civil and criminal trials, judicial tribunals and inquiries.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 156 x 232 x 34mm | 639.58g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 60
  • 0752437437
  • 9780752437439
  • 913,957

About Senan Molony

Senan Moloney is a journalist for the Irish Independent and one of the acknowledged experts on the sinking. He has written many articles and books on the Titanic tragedy and its aftermath.show more

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