T T Story

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"I wouldn't want to remember, really," she said in 1997.

Dean began to take part in Titanic-related activities in the 1980s, and was active well into her 90s. She visited Belfast to see where the ship was built, attended Titanic conventions around the world, where she was mobbed by autograph seekers, and participated in radio and television documentaries about the sinking. View More »

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