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Since the sinking of the Titanic.
So we send Rick write you the one of the world's biggest and most respected Titanic museums in the country it's in Branson Missouri hey -- Hey guys at 100 years ago today that the Titanic hit that iceberg and -- just a few hours later -- hard to imagine.
And when you think about the Titanic and we all feel like we have kind of an understanding of the Titanic largely from the movie let's be honest.
But of love those images from the movie are because of this man right here his name -- father brown and he was I jesuit priest -- got on the ship.
In queen and I ask you Southampton England and went to -- stop in Queens town Ireland and then got off -- wanted to continue on the journey to America.
But that -- sit above him would not let him continue he took pictures.
This ship while he was on -- and those are the pictures now that we have -- had he not gotten off the ship.
We wouldn't have any record of these pictures and I'm joined by Tommy had your -- historian here for the Titanic tell me about this room.
Absolutely this inconsistent the only pitchers and appetite of the Titanic and maiden -- and predictable and nearly a hundred years actually -- Only photographs -- -- and it's -- time may have left us but we've never left hander Jaret -- And I tell you I'd look at a few of these pictures this one right up here of the dining room.
When I think it at least seeing the movie and images of the dining room that's -- -- came from.
Absolutely the photograph -- looking at its iconic and almost like golf and in fact some of the photographs it was seeing in this room are almost as nice destroyed by the father before realizing the importance is the only photograph.
-- -- -- and the -- in on the Titanic incredible tell me about this little boy.
The young mind you see in the picture it is time Israel for -- six years old -- us a bit of Titanic fame.
Following the -- of the Titanic he tossed his best friend a little light -- reunited the next day his mother went on to run a classic ships its -- -- the Titanic -- -- -- -- -- -- -- about the world giving a great inheritance the children.
-- and listen I don't think you very much Tommy I -- also now go into Tom.
And -- -- had been survivor 712 survivors of the Titanic.
Your grandfather was one of the survivors and his story is told right here.
That's true my grandfather my great grandmother survived my great grandfather passed away on the -- What does it mean -- you were a hundred years to the day from when this happen any any different feelings come to you today than at other times you're -- Well you know I never gave a lot of thought.
Something clicked in my mind my cousin and my brother and I used to say that we are survivors also and I got to thinking about then it's true.
I look at not -- the celebration or remembrance of a disaster plaza rebirth of our family because that.
My grandfather had not made a lifeboat we're not.
Be here today did an amazing story and he was nine when he got on that settled in Detroit end.
And you're here all this time later guys in -- spectacular museum here in Branson Missouri if you're ever in this down you have to come and see this.
So many artifacts have done such a beautiful job retelling the story.
And a big event here today if you're in the area to come.
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