There's not a lot of new information about the sinking of the Titanic coming out these days.
In fact, Titanic expert and artist Jim Clary believes he has the most recent piece of information about the doomed vessel. It generally is known the ocean liner struck an iceberg at 11:40 a.m. April 14, 1912, reversed her engines and came to a complete stop.
Clary claims after stopping, the Titanic moved on again at half speed for at least 15 minutes. By doing so, seawater gushed into the wound at the bow at an accelerated rate.
"Because of the curvature of the hull, the side is also the bottom," Clary said.
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