Saturday, September 29, 2012

Ghosts of the Titanic

Do you believe in ghosts? Some of the employees of Titanic the Experience certainly do. But was that chill running down their spine an actual ghost or just their mind playing tricks on them? To find out, the Museum invited a team of paranormal experts to investigate the occurrences, and the team uncovered conclusive evidence that the spirits of those who traveled on the Titanic had attached themselves to the Orlando exhibit. Ghost tours usually run every night at 7pm, From October 25 - 31, ghost tours will take place every night at 5, 6, and 7pm, and guests who show up in costumes can receive a $5 discount on the ticket price.

In addition to the ghost tours, Titanic the Experience offers an immersive adventure through the most famous ship in history. Although you won't find Jack and Rose among the costumed staffers, you will get to meet Captain Smith and the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown. The hour-long regular tour takes visitors through recreations of First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers, and Promenade Deck and includes an "underwater room," where an 8-foot replica of the Titanic in its final resting place is exhibited. The Museum's holdings also include the second largest piece of the ship to be recovered from the ocean floor.
So dress up in your best turn of the century clothes and prove that you ain't afraid of no ghosts by joining the tour.


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