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Monday, April 15, 1912, 9:30 A.M.
They stood four deep on the afterdeck of the Carpathia, chilled to the bone, staring out at nothing. Dark water, light swells—no evidence that barely seven hours before, the largest and most magnificent ship the world had ever seen had sailed there in all her glory. The truth was nearly impossible to believe: The RMS Titanic lay at the bottom of the sea, along with everyone who sailed in her, save the 706 souls rescued and now aboard the Carpathia.
The cry energized the exhausted throng. A flash of color among the endless waves.
And then the swell turned over the item that stirred their frozen hearts with momentary hope. A deck chair. Nothing more.'
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