Just over 600
At the point where the ship had last been seen before sinking
About 200 miles east of New York City
Where the lifeboats had been found by the rescue ship
Just off the Atlantic shorleine
They were on their way to visit friends in the United States.
Their farther was waiting for them in India.
Ruth Becker was ill and need to live in warmer weather.
Ruth's brother was ill so they were sailing to America after living in India.
Over 6,000 passenger cabins
Nine decks and the height of an 11-story building
A width the size of 3 football fields
Measurement just under one mile in lenth
The captain took Ruth to a group of children and told her to wait
Ruth ran back to her cabin for their life jackets
Ruth walked over to the next boat and asked if she could get in
Marian grabbed Ruth and hauled her into the boat
The looked for the captain
The children sang softly to stay awake
They rowed toward to lights in the distance
Several men swam ahead to find them help
Ruth's brother was missing
Ruth's mother was looking for her
No other children had been rescued
Several lifeboats had sunk
Chest filled with jewlery
It was almost totally buried in mud.
There were large holes in the deck, and it had broken into two sections.
It had apparently lost all its engines when it struck the iceberg.
The inside appeared virtually intact with no damage.
The Coast Guard used their video equipment.
Several divers took pictures.
A little robot named JJ went inside the ship.
A video camera was lowered inside with a small crane.
He thinks the objects have no value.
He thinks the objects should be left in peace at the bottom of the ocean.
He think the objects should be in museums.
He think people should only take valuable and expensive items.
Heard the captain shouting
Found the hole where the iceberg had struck
Became lost in a maze of passageways
Discovered a swimming pool and steam baths
An underwater sled
Hundreds of passengers were cheering
People showed up to see the unsinkable ship
Many smaller boats were in the harbor to see the Titanic
All these choices
He had dreamed of finding the Titanic since he was boy.
He wanted to become famous for finding the ship
He wanted to prove his method for finding ships.
He didn't really care about finding it.
All of these choices
He gives the dates as subheadings.
He has Ruth tell you.
He shows a long timeline on each page.
The date never changes throughout the story.
About 75 years
About 100 years
About 200 years
About 50 years
This was its first one
The lifeboats were broken.
The Titanic did not have any lifeboats at all.
The lifeboats had holes in them.
There were not enough lifeboats for all the passengers.
The water was freezing cold.
The passengers had no life jackets.
The passengers did not know how to swim.
They did not have their swim suits on.
Captain Edward Smith
The Titanic: Lost and Found
The Biography of Robert Ballard
A Day on the Titanic