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  • On April 14, 1912, the so-called unsinkable ship called the Titanic hit an iceberg.

    1912年4月14日,所謂的不沉船 "泰坦尼克號 "撞上了冰山。

  • At first, most of the passengers were unaware of what had actually happened.

    起初,大部分乘客都不知道到底發生了什麼。

  • A couple of hours later, many of them were screaming for their lives and being flung

    幾個小時後,他們中的許多人都在尖叫著逃命,並被拋出

  • through the air as the ship listed steeply to starboard and then plunged into the ocean.

    在空中,船陡然向右舷列出,然後墜入海中。

  • Some of the fortunate people had gotten away in lifeboats, but for many, especially the

    一些幸運的人坐著救生艇離開了,但對許多人來說,特別是那些在海上的人,他們的生活是很艱難的。

  • poorer passengers, it was the end.

    較差的乘客,這是終點。

  • Over 1,500 people lost their lives that day, including entire families.

    當天有1500多人喪生,包括整個家庭。

  • Some died quickly, others could be heard moaning in the freezing cold water.

    有的人很快就死了,有的人在冰冷的水中還能聽到呻吟聲。

  • As one survivor put it, there was a chorus of shrieks, and then just a deathly silence.

    正如一位倖存者所說的那樣,當時是一片驚呼聲,然後就是死一般的寂靜。

  • The question is, did any of the dead rise again?

    問題是,有沒有死人復活?

  • First of all, we should ask where the Titanic is today?

    首先,我們應該問一下泰坦尼克號今天在哪裡?

  • It broke into two main parts, each of which lies about one-third of a mile (600 meters)

    它分為兩個主要部分,每個部分都位於約三分之一英里(600米)的範圍內。

  • away from each other.

    彼此之間的距離。

  • They're about 12,500 feet (3.8 km) down and around 370 miles (600 km) from the coast

    它們大約在12500英尺(3.8公里)以下,距離海岸大約370英里(600公里)。

  • of Newfoundland.

    紐芬蘭省的。

  • Not surprisingly, a large site of debris formed with parts of the ship and people's belongings

    不足為奇的是,形成了一個大的殘骸現場,有船的一部分和人們的物品

  • being scattered on the bed of the ocean.

    被散落在海床上。

  • As for the bodies of the dead, well, they were eaten by any number of sea creatures

    至於死者的屍體,嗯,他們被任何數量的海洋生物吃掉了。

  • a long time before the first expedition was launched to go and survey the wreck.

    很久之後,才派出第一支探險隊去勘察沉船。

  • If some parts of them are still down there is still not entirely agreed upon.

    如果有些部分還在下邊,還是沒有完全同意。

  • The first discovery of the wreckage didn't happen until 1985.

    殘骸的第一次發現是1985年才發生的。

  • It wasn't because of lack of want, though.

    不過,這並不是因為不想。

  • Many rich folks who'd lost friends or family on that ship wanted to sponsor an expedition,

    很多在那艘船上失去親友的富人都想贊助一次探險。

  • but the fact was, there wasn't enough funding, and the technology in those days wasn't

    但事實是,沒有足夠的資金, 和技術在那個時代是不是

  • good enough to get down that far.

    好到可以下到那麼遠。

  • Then on September 1, 1985, an expedition led by American and French oceanographers finally

    1985年9月1日,由美國和法國海洋學家率領的一支探險隊終於

  • found something.

    發現了一些東西。

  • It was the massive boiler of the Titanic.

    這就是泰坦尼克號的巨大鍋爐。

  • The next day they found more parts, including hundreds of thousands of bits of debris that

    第二天,他們發現了更多的部件,包括數十萬塊碎片,這些碎片是

  • had been dispersed over a two-mile radius.

    已經分散在兩英里的半徑範圍內。

  • What was surprising was that some things they found were in really good condition given

    令人驚訝的是,他們發現的一些東西是在非常好的條件,因為

  • the fact they'd been lying down there for over 70 years.

    事實上,他們已經躺在那裡超過70年。

  • Since that time quite a few things have been brought back from the wreckage site, haunting

    從那時候起,有不少東西從殘骸現場被帶回來,讓人魂牽夢繞。

  • items that as you'll see turn up in exhibits from time to time.

    你會看到,這些物品不時出現在展覽中。

  • Watches were one thing that was found, with them stopping at the time their owners went

    手錶是被發現的一樣東西,它們停在主人去的時候。

  • into the water.

    入水。

  • They may not be haunted, but looking at them certainly makes your hair stand on end.

    它們可能不會鬧鬼,但看著它們肯定會讓你的頭髮豎起來。

  • Other things such as deckchairs, coins, cutlery, furniture, and dishes have been brought back

    其他如躺椅、錢幣、餐具、傢俱、餐具等也都被帶回來了。

  • up from the depths.

    從深處爬上來。

  • As for the dead, it's very unlikely any parts of them would have survived that long

    至於死者,他們的任何部分都不可能存活那麼久。

  • deep under the water.

    在水底深處。

  • Their flesh would have been eaten, and the bones would have dissolved because of the

    他們的肉會被吃掉,骨頭也會因為被吃掉而溶解。

  • seawater.

    海水;

  • Remnants of humans have been found before in old wrecks, although the likelihood of

    以前也曾在舊沉船中發現過人類的殘骸,不過這種可能性並不大。

  • that happening is not high.

    的發生率不高。

  • The question for some people, though, is what about the souls of the dead?

    但有些人的問題是,死者的靈魂怎麼辦?

  • These days there's a new kind of expedition, one with the paranormal in mind.

    最近有一種新的探險方式,一種以超自然現象為主題的探險方式。

  • Some folks are now searching for the ghosts of the Titanic.

    有些人現在正在尋找泰坦尼克號的幽靈。

  • Ok, so if you went down there now with your buddies because that's the kind of thing

    好吧,所以,如果你去那裡現在與你的哥們 因為這是那種東西

  • you all do, you'd find pairs of shoes; you'd find bits of old clothing, but you'd struggle

    你們都是這樣做的,你會發現一雙鞋;你會發現一些舊衣服,但你會掙扎。

  • the find the people who had worn those things.

    找出穿這些東西的人。

  • There are some people, however, who claim if you get close enough to the wreck you can

    然而,有些人聲稱,如果你離殘骸足夠近,你可以...

  • hear the ghostly voices of those that perished.

    聽到那些死去的人的鬼魂的聲音。

  • In 2010, a group of more than 20 paranormal investigators wanted to capture those sounds

    2010年,20多名超自然現象調查員組成的小組想捕捉這些聲音。

  • and show them to the world.

    並向世界展示它們。

  • We hate to disappoint you guys, but it seems that expedition never got off the ground.

    我們不想讓你們失望,但似乎那支探險隊從未啟動過。

  • Not only that, the expedition, calledThe Titanic Endeavour Tour”, was said to have

    不僅如此,這支名為 "泰坦尼克號奮進之旅 "的探險隊,據說已經

  • offended relatives of the victims once they found out about it.

    得罪了受害者的親屬,一旦他們知道了這件事。

  • Ok, so that didn't work out, but there's more.

    好吧,所以沒有工作了,但還有更多。

  • There's the story of the ghost who was the Captain of the Titanic and who died on that

    有一個故事是關於泰坦尼克號的船長的鬼魂,他死在了那艘船上。

  • fateful night.

    命運的夜晚。

  • His name was Edward smith.

    他的名字叫愛德華-史密斯。

  • It seems his soul is a bit restless these days, if you believe that sort of thing.

    看來他的靈魂最近有些不安分,如果你相信這種事情的話。

  • In 1977, he may have popped up for a chat.

    1977年的時候,他可能突然冒出來哈拉。

  • As the story goes, Leonard Bishop, the second officer of the ship called SS Winterhaven,

    正如故事中所說,倫納德-畢曉普,是一艘名為 "SS冬海號 "的船的二把手。

  • was giving a tour of his ship to some quiet English man.

    正在給一個安靜的英國人参觀他的船。

  • The man was very polite but asked a lot of questions about the ship.

    那人很有禮貌,但問了很多關於船的問題。

  • Bishop later remarked that he was taken aback by how obsessed this man was about the details

    畢曉普後來說,他被這個人對細節的痴迷嚇了一跳。

  • of the ship.

    的船。

  • He also said that at the time he was sure he'd seen the guy before, but he wasn't

    他還說,當時他確定自己見過那個人,但他不

  • quite sure where.

    很確定的地方。

  • A couple of years passed, and Bishop saw a photo of the man who'd asked all those questions

    幾年過去了,畢曉普看到了一張照片,照片上的人就是那個問了這些問題的人。

  • on the tour.

    巡迴演出時。

  • He told his friend he'd met the guy, to which his friend replied, you can't have,

    他告訴朋友他見過那個人,朋友回答說,你不可能有。

  • he went down with the Titanic.

    他和泰坦尼克號一起沉沒了

  • He was the captain.

    他是隊長。

  • Maybe you just can't hold a good man down, because in 2018 a couple of folks taking a

    也許你就是壓不住一個好男人,因為在2018年,有幾個人以

  • selfie in a pub in Northern Ireland had quite the shock when they looked at the image.

    在北愛爾蘭的一家酒吧裡自拍,當他們看到這個畫面時,相當震驚。

  • To them, it seemed the ghost of Captain Smith had photobombed them.

    在他們看來,似乎是史密斯船長的鬼魂對他們進行了拍照轟炸。

  • Apparently, the pub they were in had some connection to the Titanic and that's why

    顯然,他們所在的酒吧與泰坦尼克號有一定的聯繫,這就是為什麼

  • you can find lots of Titanic memorabilia there.

    你可以在那裡找到很多泰坦尼克號的紀念品。

  • They said at the time of the photo they felt something cold rush down their backs.

    他們說,在拍照的時候,他們感覺到有什麼冰涼的東西從背上衝下來。

  • They even sent the picture to a ghost hunting outfit calledParanormal Investigations

    他們甚至把照片寄給了一個叫 "超自然調查 "的捉鬼機構。

  • UKand were told that something indeed didn't look right about it.

    英國",並被告知確實有些不對勁。

  • Mr. Smith, it seems, won't properly give up the ghost because it's said by some that

    史密斯先生,似乎不會好好地放棄鬼魂,因為有人說:

  • he haunts other places.

    他在其他地方出沒。

  • In 2012, tenents who lived in the home where he spent his childhood said that for years

    2012年,住在他童年生活過的家裡的房客說,多年來

  • lots of odd things happened in the house.

    很多奇怪的事情發生在房子裡。

  • They said previous tenants of the two-bedroomed property had said the same thing.

    他們說,之前這套兩居室房產的租客也說過同樣的話。

  • The usual stuff like things going bump in the night happened on occasion, but it was

    一般的事情,比如事情在夜裡顛簸,偶爾發生,但它是。

  • also said that sometimes a rush of very cold wind would for no reason pass through the

    還說,有時會無緣無故地颳起一陣很冷的風。

  • place.

    的地方。

  • Another time the kitchen flooded, but there wasn't any good reason why it had happened.

    還有一次廚房被水淹了,但也沒有什麼好的理由。

  • The water seemed to come out of the faucet by itself.

    水龍頭裡的水似乎是自己流出來的。

  • That or the renters were somewhat embarrassed about leaving the water running.

    這或者是租房者有些不好意思不開水了。

  • Then there's the story of the captain appearing in a mirror he once owned.

    還有一個故事,就是船長出現在他曾經擁有的一面鏡子裡。

  • When he didn't return from his trip that mirror fell into the hands of his servant,

    當他出差沒有回來時,那面鏡子就落到了他的僕人手裡。

  • Miss Ethelwynne.

    Ethelwynne小姐。

  • She said sometimes when she looked in the mirror she saw the Captain looking back at

    她說有時候照鏡子的時候,會看到隊長在回頭看她。

  • her.

    她。

  • In a letter, her sister-in-law told a friend, “She always spooked me when she said that

    嫂子在信中對朋友說:"她說這話的時候總是嚇我一跳。

  • at times she could still see Captain Smith's face in it on the anniversary of when the

    有時她還能看到史密斯船長的臉,在週年紀念日的時候。

  • Titanic was sunk.”

    泰坦尼克號被擊沉了。"

  • We also found sources of what we might call the dubious kind stating that there's evidence

    我們還發現了一些來源,我們可以稱之為可疑的那種說法,有證據表明:

  • of ships passing the wreckage site and people on the ships saying they saw little orbs of

    船隻經過沉船現場,船上的人說他們看到了小球體,他們說他們看到了小球體

  • light flying around.

    光飛來飛去。

  • The same sources state that submarines passing through that area have said their radio signals

    同一消息來源指出,經過該地區的潛艇說他們的無線電信號。

  • have been blocked.

    已被封殺。

  • We attempted to look further into this and can't find any evidence, therefore we think

    我們試圖進一步研究這個問題,但找不到任何證據,是以,我們認為。

  • someone just made it up and it's been repeated numerous times.

    有人只是做了它,它已經重複了無數次。

  • There's an equally dubious story that surfaced in 2009.

    2009年,有一個同樣可疑的故事浮出水面。

  • A woman claiming to have visited the Titanic Belfast museum said something strange happened

    一名自稱參觀過泰坦尼克號貝爾法斯特博物館的婦女說,發生了一些奇怪的事情。

  • to her when the Titanic's distress signal was played for her.

    當泰坦尼克號的求救信號為她播放時,向她。

  • She said she suddenly felt very anxious and started to experience what sounds like a panic

    她說,她突然感到非常焦慮,並開始體驗到聽起來像一個恐慌

  • attack, only for her to feel a hand on her shoulder and hear the words, “It's ok.”

    攻擊,只為她感覺到一隻手搭在她的肩膀上,聽到一句話:"沒事了。"

  • When she looked up, there was no one there.

    當她抬頭看時,那裡沒有人。

  • Perhaps the biggest buzz regarding the ghosts of the Titanic comes from The Luxor Hotel

    也許關於泰坦尼克號的鬼魂,最大的議論來自於盧克索酒店。

  • & Casino in Las Vegas.

    和拉斯維加斯的賭場。

  • That's a strange place to mention when talking about the ill-fated ship, but it's where

    談到這艘命運多舛的船時,這是一個奇怪的地方,但它是一個地方

  • you can find over 200 artifacts taken from the Titanic.

    你可以從泰坦尼克號上找到200多件文物。

  • One of the people that worked on that exhibit once said this, “Let me tell you, when you're

    在那個展覽上工作的一個人曾經說過這樣一句話:"我告訴你,當你在

  • closing this place up at 11 p.m., midnight, you hear stuff.”

    晚上11點關門,午夜,你聽到的東西。"

  • He said he's felt people grabbing at him that weren't there.

    他說,他感覺到有人在抓他,但不在那裡。

  • He said he's heard giggles and also his name being called.

    他說他聽到了咯咯的笑聲,也聽到了有人叫他的名字。

  • On one occasion he said he heard an orchestra playing.

    有一次,他說他聽到了管絃樂隊的演奏。

  • The question is, does he have a vested interest in saying that?

    問題是,他這樣說是否有既得利益?

  • This is how he once responded to skeptics: “I'll say this a million times and on

    他曾經這樣迴應懷疑論者。"我說了一百萬遍,而且是在

  • my deathbed, and maybe come back and say it after my death: I would not lie to you.

    我臨終前,也許在我死後再回來說。我不會對你撒謊

  • What I'm asking you is to keep an open mind.

    我要求你的是保持一個開放的心態。

  • Some of the docents and even guests have had some serious experiences here.”

    一些講解員甚至客人在這裡都有過一些嚴重的經歷。"

  • One such person was a photographer.

    其中有一個人是攝影師。

  • He was getting ready to take some snaps when he saw a woman in an old-fashioned dress with

    他正準備拍幾張照片時,看到一個穿著老式衣服的女人與

  • a white collar walk down the Grand Staircase.

    一個白領走下大樓梯。

  • This part of the exhibit was roped off to the public so he wondered what she was doing

    展覽的這部分是用柵欄圍起來的 所以他不知道她在做什麼?

  • there.

    在那裡。

  • He asked her if she'd like to have her photo taken to which she just ignored him.

    他問她是否想拍張照片,她沒有理他。

  • The next thing he knew, she was right next to him.

    接下來,他知道,她就在他身邊。

  • Again, he asked if she wanted her photo taken, and this time she just seemed to vanish.

    他又問她要不要照相,這次她就像消失了一樣。

  • Then there's the story of the ghost of Frederick Fleet who it's said has been seen at the

    還有一個關於弗雷德裡克-弗利特的鬼魂的故事,據說他曾被人看到過。

  • exhibit.

    展品。

  • This guy was one of the lookouts on the Titanic, a man that told people about the approaching

    這傢伙是泰坦尼克號上的一個瞭望員,一個告訴人們即將到來的人。

  • iceberg when there was no way of getting around it.

    冰山的時候,沒有辦法繞過它。

  • He was actually one of the fortunate folks that made it back to dry land, but with guilt

    他其實是幸運的人之一 能回到陸地上,但帶著愧疚的心情

  • on his mind and after a series of bad events he took his own life.

    在他的腦海中,在經歷了一系列的壞事後,他自殺了。

  • Apparently, his ghost has been seen on the deck still keeping lookout.

    顯然,他的鬼魂已經在甲板上看到了還在守望。

  • Now for a man whose name was tainted after the ship went down.

    現在為了一個人,他的名字在船沉後被玷汙了。

  • He was managing director of the firm that built the Titanic, and he was on it when it

    他是建造泰坦尼克號的公司的董事總經理 當泰坦尼克號發生時他也在船上

  • sank.

    沉了。

  • Except he didn't stay behind with all the other men; he jumped ship as soon as he could.

    只是他沒有和其他所有的人一起留下來,他一有機會就跳槽了。

  • His name was J. Bruce Ismay.

    他的名字叫J. Bruce Ismay.

  • Leaving women and children behind was not a good look for him and he was called a “coward

    拋下婦女和兒童,他的臉色很不好,被稱為 "懦夫"

  • by the newspapers of the time.

    由當時的報紙。

  • He was the bad guy in the movieTitanicor at least one of them.

    他是電影《泰坦尼克號》中的壞人,或者至少是其中之一。

  • People have since said his bad guy image was perhaps a little unfair.

    此後人們都說他的壞人形象或許有些不公平。

  • Anyway, it seems some ghosts of the Titanic still don't like the man.

    總之,看來泰坦尼克號的一些鬼魂還是不喜歡這個人。

  • His portrait hangs in the Vegas exhibit, only one day it was found on the floor when workers

    他的畫像掛在拉斯維加斯的展覽中,只是有一天,當工人在地板上發現了它

  • arrived.

    抵達。

  • It's said that staff looked at video footage and saw the picture shake violently and then

    據說,工作人員看了視頻錄像後,看到畫面劇烈晃動,然後就

  • dismount the wall.

    下牆。

  • Still, we looked for this footage and we didn't find it.

    不過,我們找這個鏡頭,還是沒有找到。

  • We also didn't find any firsthand accounts from the staff, so again, this might be another

    我們也沒有找到工作人員的第一手資料,所以同樣,這可能是另一個

  • tall tale that's been repeated to death.

    高談闊論的故事,已經重複到死。

  • Not so long ago, ghost hunters went to the Titanic exhibit when it was at the Georgia

    不久前,鬼魂獵人去看了泰坦尼克號的展覽,當時它在喬治亞州的博物館。

  • Aquarium.

    水族館。

  • Their conclusion was that there was some paranormal activity there.

    他們的結論是,那裡有一些超自然活動。

  • That's because they said they felt and recorded strange cold areas.

    那是因為他們說他們感覺到並記錄了奇怪的寒冷地區。

  • They said they saw apparitions wandering around and one guy said he felt a hand on his shoulder.

    他們說,他們看到了幽靈在附近遊蕩,一個人說他感覺到一隻手搭在他的肩膀上。

  • Maybe that happened, or maybe viewer numbers wouldn't look so good if those ghost hunters

    也許發生了,或者說如果那些捉鬼的人,觀眾人數就不會那麼好看了

  • never claimed anything spooky was going on.

    從來沒有聲稱什麼 幽靈是怎麼回事。

  • Then again, a retired architectural draftsman from Virginia named Wyatt Jason Moore has

    再如,弗吉尼亞州一位退休的建築繪圖員懷特-傑森-摩爾,他有

  • something else to say about the Titanic's ghosts.

    關於泰坦尼克號的鬼魂,還有別的說法。

  • He built a massive replica of the ship, an impressive feat in itself since he made it

    他建造了一個巨大的複製品的船,一個令人印象深刻的壯舉本身,因為他做了。

  • almost perfect after studying many photographs.

    在研究了很多照片後,幾乎完美。

  • He said he soon started to hear noises coming from it and when he took photos of the ship

    他說,他很快就開始聽到它發出的聲音,當他拍下這艘船的照片時。

  • he'd sometimes see what looked like little people in the camera lens.

    他有時會在相機鏡頭裡看到一些看起來像小人的東西。

  • “I leave them alone and they leave me alone,” he once told the media.

    "我不管他們,他們也不管我。"他曾對媒體說。

  • Now you need to get the full Titanic story with, “50 Insane Facts About Titanic You

    現在你需要通過《關於泰坦尼克號的50個瘋狂事實》來了解泰坦尼克號的完整故事,你

  • Didn't Know.”

    不知道。"

  • Or, have a look at, “Why Is Titanic Still at the Bottom of the Ocean?”

    或者,看看 "泰坦尼克號為什麼還在海底?"

On April 14, 1912, the so-called unsinkable ship called the Titanic hit an iceberg.

1912年4月14日,所謂的不沉船 "泰坦尼克號 "撞上了冰山。

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