There have been several legends and myths surrounding the RMS Titanic over the years. These have ranged from the myth about the ship being unsinkable, to the myth concerning the final song played by the ship's orchestra. This book breaks through 100 years of myths surrounding the sinking of RMS Titanic to reveal that the ship was deliberately turned toward the iceberg, the damage was not necessarily fatal, and human error in a boiler room ultimately sank the ship. These are the startling conclusions of Captain David G. Brown, a licensed master mariner. Using a school bus analogy, he explains why historians have been blinded to the true nature of the accident and its consequences.