'Titanic' Kin Recreate Doomed Voyage
The 100th anniversary of Titanic's 1912 sinking has already seen the re-issue of James Cameron's Oscar-winning film, the release a new miniseries and countless documentaries -- but the people offering up the most questionable celebration are undoubtedly the original passengers' family members.
A cruise carrying the relatives of some of the 1,500 passengers who perished into the North Atlantic, have set out on a memorial voyage which will re-chart the ship's course -- including a stop where the massive ocean liner sank on April 15, 1912.
Not only that, but many of the 1,300 plus people are dressed in period accurate costumes. In other words, they're straight up taunting death.
I mean, this is some Final Destination 6 sh*t right here! You don't think the universe has a sense of irony, people?!? If a ship charting the same course, on the 100th anniversary of history's most memorable oceanic accident, carrying the same number of passengers (all dressed up like their ancestors) doesn't sink, I'll buy you The Heart of The Ocean.