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A myth submitted to the site by Lisa Styles

In the sea, England

You know the story of the Titanic right? Cool, well the story I'm about to tell you is about one of the passengers who was aboard on the Titanic. Her name was Isabelle Payne and she was in the first class section.

Born in a very wealthy family, Isabelle was always pampered and going onboard the Titanic was her 16th birthday present from her beloved parents, Mr and Mrs Payne. When the ship began to sink Isabelle quickly ordered for one of the small boats leaving her parents behind for the next boat. Not caring for her parents, she jumped in the boat and sailed away.

Minutes later, the Titanic submerged entirley into the water and at the same time, Issabell's boat tipped over because of the speed it was going. The freezing water made her shiver recklessly. As the rescue boats sailed to all the other boats, there was complete silence as everyone had froze to death including Isabelle's parents. Isabelle who was alive saw the rescue boats and began yelling to draw their attention. But she was 20m away from them so they did not hear her at all. Giving up, the rescuers slowly sailed back leaving Isabelle there alone.

Yes, she did die but her ghost remains there that whenever a ship passes at that part of the sea, the sailors would see a female figure in the sea yelling. Sailors began to call her Titanica

By Lisa Styles
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