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People believe all sorts of imaginary crap, so it’s not that surprising. But there is definitely a gullible type who we’ve all met. Maybe if you guys hadn’t kept schtum about Jimmy Savile for 3 decades we wouldn’t be in this predicament. Creativity, curiosity, pattern-making. We are humans. Also, when we hear about official documents coming to light after time has passed – revealing a secret, we try to guess what could be happening now that will only be disclosed in the future. Conspiracy theories are more believable than the stories you print.
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Coming from a Mariner, the Olympia actually did exist and was built for White Starline. Previously she had a fire in the engine room that caused significant damage but due to insurance issues wasn’t paid. The Titanic was in immaculate condition, so they switched names and sunk it. It happens all the time nowadays, a lot more than you’d imagine. White Star Line did build three ships of the Olympic class. Britannic, Olympic and Titanic.
The Olympic and Britannic both had reasonable careers, serving in WWI was troop transports and hospitals. It’s not mad that it’d be an insurance scam, but it hasn’t been proven. Titanic left Southampton with damage to its fore coal bunker, and White Star was already I Can’t Not Walk On Water But I Can Stagger On Captain Morgan Shirt paying off damage on the Olympic after she collided with a Naval vessel during sea trials. Okay so turns out there was three made around the same time Titanic which sunk in 1912, the Britannic which sunk in 1916 and the Olympic which ran with no major issues from 1911-1935.