The RMS Titanic was a massive British passenger liner that met an untimely end on April 15, 1912 when it collided with an iceberg during its first voyage and sank into the North Atlantic Ocean.
The crash of the Titanic resulted in over 1,500 fatalities and is still one of the largest maritime disasters during peacetime in history.
The disaster was Hollywood-ized and portrayed in the critically acclaimed film “Titanic,” featuring stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
We’ve found and compiled 10 real images of the Titanic that will definitely give you serious chills — especially #7 on the list.
#10 The Titanic’s Construction
Before any disaster could possibly be foreseen for this great ship, the RMS Titanic underwent construction on Queen’s Island, now more famously recognized as the Titanic Quarter. This shot was taken in the Belfast Harbour which was a part of the Harland and Wolff shipyard. It’s a great post-construction shot of the Titanic directly before launch.
For many brides, their wedding day is supposed to be a perfect, fairy-tale inspired event that goes off without a hitch. Unfortunately, in reality there’s almost always something that goes wrong, and that can add up to some hilarious and unbelievable photos.
From wedding cake disasters and unfortunate outfit choices to all out disasters like a whole wedding party falling into a lake, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most shocking wedding fails you’re likely to find.
Take a look through our list and get ready to laugh; you might even learn some things to avoid for your own wedding!
There Goes Dessert
Wedding cake doesn’t always taste the best, but most guests still prefer the option of eating it! We’re not sure if the bride and groom are to blame for this debacle or if it stems from poor cake design, but it adds up what was no doubt a hilarious and simultaneously unfortunate event for everyone at that wedding!
If humans left Earth and didn’t return for many years the landscape of the planet will have drastically changed upon returning.
It doesn’t take very long for mother nature to creep back into man-made structures, destroying and hiding them at the same time.
These 22 haunting places were long ago abandoned. While they are all eery in their own way, there is also something beautiful in their haunting remains.
From Nazi hospitals and abandoned coal mining towns to amusement parks that looks like something out of a zombie apocalypse film, these 22 locations are haunting yet oddly inviting.
After the Chernobyl nuclear meltdown the city of Pripyat became a ghost town overnight. 50,000 residents were ordered by the government to leave their homes and flee to a safer non-radiation flooded area.
High radiation levels have forced the town to remain abandoned since 1986.
The area, which will be abandoned for thousands of more years, is the perfect example of what a post-apocalyptic world could end up looking like.