Georgia Aquarium Titanic Exhibit
Ghost Hunters
 





 


Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia Aquarium Titanic Exhibit (Ghost Hunters)

The team heads south to Atlanta to investigate the famous Titanic exhibit that's currently housed in the Georgia Aquarium.

The Titanic Aquatic is a traveling exhibit and allegedly wherever it goes paranormals follow.

When the exhibit was in Athens, Greece voices were heard
and people asked about the character actor dressed in black wardrobe, but there was no character actor in the show.

Georgia Aquarium staff, volunteers and others have had eerie feelings and have seen shadows and feelings of cold in the cabin exhibit. In the iceberg exhibit patrons can touch the simulated iceberg to see what the water temperature was like on the day the ship sank in 1912.

In that same room a volunteer felt like someone was behind her and she then felt pressure pushing down on her head that made her feel like she was wearing a swimming cap.

In the artifacts exhibit which houses some of the personal artifacts of people who were on board. A patron in the room was trying to read one of the plaques on the wall and suddenly felt like he was about to black out.

When Jay and Grant first investigate the cabin exhibit they notice an anomalous cold spot. The hunters next go to the iceberg exhibit and notice a similar cold spot in one area of the room.

To get to the bottom of things, they use the ambient thermometer in the room and by doing this they were able to validate that there was a cold spot about five feet tall. Then Jason felt as though something tugged on his sweatshirt. Eerily, this is the same area where the volunteer felt as though something was pressing on her head.


Meanwhile Dave and Steve conduct an EVP session in the artifact room. The ghost hunters were hoping to find any validity to the claim that the entities sometimes have attached themselves to artifacts that used to belong to them, but unfortunately they didn't experience anything while in the room.

But Jason and Grants experience in the artifact room was entirely different. Grant thought he saw a full-bodied apparition, which he mistook for Jason walk into the room.

Then when Jason and Grant were sitting on the floor they saw someone walk from the right to the left near the door. And when Grant was trying to get up from where he and Jason were sitting he felt a very firm hand on his shoulder push him down.

 
The Georgia Aquarium Titanic Exhibit has had reports of unexplained voices, shadows and feelings of cold in the cabin exhibit. The staff as well as volunteers have had eerie feelings, seen shadow figures as well as felt cold spots throughout the area.

It is generally believed that such tragic events can be a hot spot for paranormal activity. It is possible that the reason for this is that spirits linger around the area or objects that they met this tragic event. It also is believed that such events can be recorded in physical objects and sometimes paranormal events are replayed over and over.  






RMS Titanic

RMS Titanic was the largest passenger steamship in the world when she set off on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England, on April 10th, 1912.

Four days into the trip, on April 14th, 1912, she struck an iceberg and sank, resulting in the deaths of 1,517 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history.


Guest ghost hunters Joe and Diannna Avena have investigated the Aquarium before with their Georgia-based team. In previous hunts, the two found substantial activity in the back hallway in the cold-water quest area, so they decided to head back there once again.

Yet unfortunately, neither of the investigators made any contact with the paranormals this time.

In addition to the evidence they gathered during the hunt, TAPS also picked up a voice on the recorder in the iceberg room saying, "No, please wait." Based on all of the substantial evidence gathered during the hunt, the team confirmed that there is definitely paranormal activity attached to the Titanic Aquatic at the Georgia Aquarium.