Check Out The Inside Of Abandoned Majestic Mansion By A Titanic ‘Ship’ Investor That Sank In 1912, Has 110 Rooms [Photos]

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Almost everybody can testify that the sinking of Titanic in 1912 is one of the most popular movies based on an actual event that happened.

The tale of the Titanic ship hasn’t been forgotten because of how the producers have been able to main the story and it’s always fresh even if you’ve watched it after century the incident in the Atlantic ocean.

One of the investors who owned a 20% stake in the Titanic, Peter Widener was said to put up a majestic mansion and the photos have surfaced online.

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An explorer, Leland Kent shared photos of the mansion in Pennsylvania, USA owned by the investor who was part to make the Titanic a reality but unfortunately in sank hence soul perished.

The investor was lucky to escape the tragic incident as he refused to board the ship because of his age but his son and grandson died leaving his daughter-in-law who survived.

The majestic mansion of Peter Widener lies on a 34-acre piece of land with some amazing features ballroom that could hold about 1,000 guests.

According to the explorer, the mansion identified as Lynnwood Hall cost the Titanic investor over N2 billion to build and it’s having 55 bedrooms, 20 bathrooms, and an indoor swimming pool.

Peter Widener passed on to eternity three years after the sinking of the Titanic and the mansion was inherited by the youngest son.

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