The Titanic sank at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after hitting an iceberg during its journey from Southampton to New York, but researchers uncovered another reason.

The researchers say that the charcoal that was underneath the basement number six, was burning throughout the flight, "and that the fire weakened the hull of the ship before it hit the iceberg."

The journalist Sinan Molony, who spent more than 30 years searching for the remains of the sunken ship through the pictures of the ship, pointed to a fire in a three-storey fuel depot, behind one of the ship's water heater rooms.

1500 people drowned during the incident, which prompted some to refuse to accept the official version as a Muslim truth, despite Britain and the United States investigating the incident as conspiracy theories claim that the ship was replaced with an identical "Olympic" ship that crashed a year before the Titanic sank, in An elaborate insurance scam.

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