When Deep-Sea Divers Explored The Titanic, They Saw That The Ocean Had Consumed Much Of The Wreck

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It’s August 2019, and the two-strong crew of the Limiting Factor mini-sub are descending into the depths of the Atlantic. Diving around 370 miles from the Newfoundland coastline, the sub finally reaches the seabed some 12,500 feet below the water. And the men aboard her will then go on to see a stunning sight that no one has witnessed first-hand for 14 years: the rusting wreck of RMS Titanic. While investigating the remains of the famous ship, though, the divers come across something truly haunting.