Long Lost Violin From the Titanic: Pigeon Forge

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No words could ever tell as much of the story that is needed to tell how wonderful a moment like this truly is.  Even after over 100 years, there are new things being put into view for many to see the horrific thing that happened to the Titanic in history.

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A beautiful ship it was and will always be, as it does not matter where she lies.  Even if in halves under the ocean, her beauty will always be known.

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We all know that the ice burg struck it as they were in a huge amount of fog and didn't notice it soon enough to avoid colliding with it.  So many hurt, so much pain felt, the world had so much loss when she went down with all of those that were still on board.

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From Left to right: Man speaking is Craig Sopin.  The worlds largest Titanic collector, expert in artifacts.  Man number 1 in line behind Craig is the Titanic Museum Attractions Owner: John Joslyn. He allowed us all inside where all of the artifacts that are inside reside without camera lights but allowed the "Titanic Violin" to be photographed by the media.  The next two in line are Henry Aldridge and his son Alan Aldridge who are the auctioneers that will be holding the auction in Europe for the Violin of Wallace Hartley.  The "Titanic Violin" will be auctioned off on Saturday, October 19 of 2013.  The last man, I cannot remember his name, but he was a very import part to the evidence that determined that this violin IS IN FACT the violin that was played on the Titanic!

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Under this blue curtain, there is a hidden piece of the Titanic history that has finally came out for the world to see.

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The case was still with the violin and had his initials on it.  The piece is in extremely good condition for being on the Titanic and over 100 years old.  Whoever it was that Wallace Hartley had entrusted with his precious violin, they took very wonderful care of it.

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Say hello to the "Titanic Violin" where the history has continued.  The history that the Titanic has brought to the world will be forever cherished!

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Here you can see his initials on the case where the violin had been kept safe for nearly 100 years.

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I would like to thank USFamilyGuide.com for this wonderful adventure with the Media Outlet.  


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