What is your opinion of several premonitions that the Titanic would sink? I'm especially interested in the piece published in 1898,"The Wreck of the Titan; or Futility," in which a liner that was called unsinkable, traveling from England to New York with 2,000 aboard (only 200 fewer than on Titanic, 14 years later), hits an ice berg and sinks. It had several similarities to the Titanic. In your opinion, was this ESP? Thanks, Joe Bauman
"Titanic: The Legend of the Unsinkable Ship," by Beau Riffenburgh. It's the 2012 edition, published by Metro Books, New York.