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16 Random Facts About The Titanic That Will Send You Spiraling Down A Rabbit Hole

The Titanic always reminds us of the pain, but also motivates us to find out the facts behind it. Here is 16 random facts of The Titanic you can't stop reading. 1. A first-class ticket cost $2,560, which is more than $61,000 today. For the price of that ticket, passenger Charlotte Drake Cardeza got a three-room suite with two bedrooms and a sitting room, plus two wardrobe rooms and a bath.
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