|Queen Elizabeth ship approaching New York 1950s or 1940s|
Amazingly two of the former captains of the ship died on the same day - 28th of March 1967.
Captain George E Cove, 77, died in Liverpool and Captain Sir James Bisset, who also commanded the Queen Mary, died in Portsmouth.
And strangely, the current captain at that time, Commodore Geoffrey T Mar, fell on the bridge and broke his ankle as the liner approached New York - on the very same day
So a little cluster of coincidences or synchros. I noticed them because my wife's birthday is on the 28th of March and the number 67 has associations with this blog's name,
Going back to the captains who died. I also read that James Bisset was on duty on the Cunard Liner, Carpathia, in the North Atlantic, on the evening of the 14th of April 1912, when distress calls were received from the Titanic.
The Carpathia led rescue operations until 8:30 a.m on the morning of the 15th of April when she then set sail for New York with 703 Titanic passengers aboard.
Interesting how one thing leads to another ...
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What an intriguing cluster of synchros!ReplyDelete
Yes it is. Funny how these things happen.ReplyDelete
Always mystifies me.Delete