Iceberg Dead… Above?

So apparently there is a Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It has a scale model of the front half of the ship, and an iceberg wall alongside it.

Well, it did have an iceberg wall alongside…

The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge (TN) shared in a Facebook post on Monday night that three people were injured at the location when part of the attraction collapsed.

The attractions iceberg wall, an interactive part of the tour that guests can touch, collapsed on Monday.

The wall fell into three people. The owners of the attraction, Mary Kellogg Joslyn and John Joslyn say that all three were taken to the hospital.

The good news is the young couple banging inside a Renault were left unharmed.

8 thoughts on “Iceberg Dead… Above?

  1. “Young couple banging inside a Renault were fine” sure, but she’s still going to let him freeze to death later instead of moving her self-serving carcass over or taking turns on the wood later.

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  2. Cathy – No idea, especially in Pigeon Forge, which is nowhere near a large enough river for a ship that size to traverse.

    TXNick – Probably the ambulance driver. Swiped it from one of the womenfolk.

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  3. Pigeon Forge is a huge tourist trap, and I have no idea how it happened. There are hundreds of cabins of various sizes for renting, along with every kind of imaginable tourist dumbness: Minigolf. Silly museums. Tubin’ down the river. Dollywood. Bud’s Gun Shop. A bunch of moonshine distilleries. I highly recommend a trip there. Much big fun.

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