The Daredevil Woman who Survived Multiple Shipwrecks, Including the Titanic Disaster

The World’s Most Unsinkable Woman

An artist rendering of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. By Willy Stöwer

Imagine surviving a plane crash, or having a near-death experience in the ocean. Such a life-threatening near-death accident usually leaves a long-lasting jarring effect on our mindset. It stops us from getting remotely closer to the circumstances that caused the…

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