Titanic experts are at odds over reports that human remains may be embedded in the wreckage of the White Star liner, two and a half miles below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.
Newspaper reports have claimed new pictorial evidence which suggests human remains may still be on board the vessel, one hundred years after it sank.
The Associated Press, quoted by the New York Post, claims that a 2004 photograph, released to the public in 2012 for the first time to coincide with the disaster’s centenary, shows “a coat and boots in the mud at the legendary shipwreck site.”
James Delgado, the director of maritime heritage at the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration, told The Associated Press: “These are not shoes that fell out neatly from somebody’s bag right next to each other.
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