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Titanic mystery re-emerges

Kimberly Nicoletti

All kinds of strange things happen on and around Halloween. So is it unbelievable a woman on the Titanic could survive for 80 years on an iceberg?

The Backstage Theatre’s production of “Scotland Road” revolves around the story of a mysterious woman dressed in 1912 attire who claims she survived on an iceberg for 80 years after the ship she traveled upon, the Titanic, sank.

Norwegian fishermen discover a mystery woman, who mutters only one word: “Titanic.”

Of course, her doctor and a man who’s romantically obsessed with the tragedy don’t believe her. As they cloister her in a sparse room for six days, they try to crack her mysterious silence.

In the end, no one is whom they seem to be. Or, as Miss Kittle puts it:

“There’s more to the Titanic than the myth would have you believe. What you see, Mr. Astor, is just the tip.”

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