What some have called the last great mystery of the Titanic disaster has been solved, and it’s all thanks to a DNA test.
When the massive “Unsinkable Ship” hit an iceberg and sank more than 100 years ago, only one child in first class had reportedly died in the accident — 2-year-old Loraine Allison. (Via History Channel )
CNET reports Loraine apparently didn’t get in a lifeboat because her parents were desperately trying to find her younger brother. The young girl and her mother’s bodies were never found after the wreck.
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