Watch: 6 Chilling Facts About The Titanic-Touring Titan Sub Tragedy

As the news of the missing submersible on an expedition to explore the Titanic wrecks captured global media attention, there has been significant curiosity surrounding the vessel involved, named Titan.

The US Coast Guard confirmed on Thursday that all five individuals aboard the submersible tragically lost their lives due to a “catastrophic implosion.”

It’s important to note that the Titan was a submersible, which differs from a submarine, despite some media reports using the terms interchangeably.

Operated by the privately owned US company OceanGate, the Titan was utilized for organizing underwater expeditions catering to both research and tourism purposes.

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The expedition, with a ticket price of $250,000 per person, offered a 10-hour voyage, during which passengers had only approximately 20 minutes to observe the Titanic wreckage. Here are some chilling facts about the Titanic touring Titan Submersible.

These spine-chilling details lead us to think more and more about the curse of the Titanic. Did you know about these facts before? Tell us in the comment section below.

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