14 Years before the Titanic sailed into history to become the worlds most famous maritime disater an American author Morgan Robertson wrote a novella called Futility, about a great ocean liner sailing between America and England. Robertson's ship was the largest ship afloat and described as unsinkable, held about 3000 passengers but only had lifeboats for about 1/2 of them. Robertsons ship also struck an iceberg and sank, the iceberg struck the starboard side of the ship like Titanic, and it took place on a around midnight in April, about 400 miles from Newfoundland. Is this sounding weird?
And the name of Robertsons fictitious liner... The Titan!
See it on Amazon The Wreck of the Titan