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Fourteen years prior to the Titanic’s maiden voyage, author Morgan Robertson penned a novel titled “The Wreck of the Titan: Or, Futility,” which centered on the calamity befalling the world’s largest ship. In the fictional narrative, the vessel was named the Titan, and its dimensions closely mirrored those of the Titanic. Similarly, they were both traveling at comparable speeds when disaster struck, colliding with an iceberg on the starboard side. Furthermore, both ships sank in April, at precisely the same location, equipped with only the minimum number of lifeboats mandated by the law. Although some credited him with clairvoyance, Robertson maintained that his insights were simply rooted in his extensive knowledge of ships and maritime navigation.

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