THE TITANIC MUSEUM RELIVES HISTORY, AS COLLAPSING FAKE ICEBERG SENDS 3 GUESTS TO HOSPITAL
So I have to say I’ve never ever even seen the movie, Titanic. But obviously, I do know a little bit about the historic tragedy. Yet this bit of news has me shaking my head, and I don’t even know why. Well, not exactly. Because, you see, there is a Titanic Museum in the state of Tennessee. Why Tennessee? I have no idea. Not sure what the landlocked southern state has to do with a yesteryear passenger liner. Anyways, they have a fake iceberg wall there. Because of course they do. But then it went and fell and injured 3 guests? I don’t know what it is. But I feel this should mean something.
FOR SOME RANDOM REASON, TITANIC MUSEUM IS IN PIGEON FORGE, TENNESSEE
So maybe it’s just history repeating itself in whatever way it can? I mean, the Titanic iceberg is still a threat today? In fake form, of course. But fans visiting the Titanic Museum were in some spiritual karmic crosshairs, that’s for sure. So where in Tennessee is this still ill-fated place? Well, the name of the town is Pigeon Forge, which is roughly 30 miles away from Knoxville. Evidently, the museum has been in operation there going on for 11 years now. But to be fair, I am a little curious about visiting, even though I haven’t been anywhere really even locally since Covid hit.
TITANIC MUSEUM BOASTS SOME INTERESTING FUN, ASIDE FROM WEIRD KARMIC ICEBERG HIT
Because it is a legitimate attraction as a museum, falling fake iceberg walls notwithstanding. It claims to have more than 400 artifacts from the RMS Titanic which, as you should know, sank on its very first trip after hitting an iceberg in 1912. If you visit, you too can touch the fake iceberg (presuming it is safe and it won’t crush you and send you to the hospital). But more thematically, you can also put your hands into water that’s 28 degrees which is what the water temperature was that awful night 109 years ago now. If that doesn’t make you shiver, I don’t know what would. The Titanic mystique is still strong.