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Sinking of The Titanic #135547

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 03, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bettina Gregory) Reopening of the investigation of the sinking of the luxury liner Titanic in 1912 featured; scenes shown from film "A Night to Remember". Issue of whether or not Captain Stanley Lord of the Californian could have saved victims of the Titanic reviewed. [Titanic investigator David ENO - talks about Lord; claims the ship seen by Titanic passengers was actually an illegal Norwegian seal-hunting ship the Sampson.] [Titanic investigator Craig McLEAN - comments.] Evidence based on the unpublished memoirs of the Sampson's Captain Henrik Ness outlined. [Stanley LORD, Junior - expresses delight that his father may be exonerated.]

Gregory, Bettina;
Jennings, Peter

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