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Record Type: Review   ID: 596

The Titanic, the Psychic and the Sea

Brown, Rustie

 Brown is a prize-winning journalist who spent ten years in tracking down as many survivors of the Titanic that she could. She also has tried to collect the many apparently psychic happenings surrounding the sinking of the Titanic—"the premonitions, the superstitions, and the so-called `coincidences.'" The first eight chapters tell the story of a survivor whom she interviewed extensively: Edwina MacKenzie. In the remaining six chapters she accounts for as many survivors as possible. An appendix lists the survivors who were deceased by the time the book was written. There are 53 illustrations.
Publisher Information:Lomita, CA: Blue Harbor Press, 1981. 163p. Bibl and refs: 154-159; Chap notes; 53 illus; Ind: 160-163
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