A pipe belonging to William Murdoch, the bridge officer aboard the Titanic, is seen on display before an exhibition opens to the public Tuesday, April 3, 2012, in Atlanta. From the pitch-black depths ... more 
A pipe belonging to William Murdoch, the bridge officer aboard the Titanic, is seen on display before an exhibition opens to the public Tuesday, April 3, 2012, in Atlanta. From the pitch-black depths 2½ miles beneath the North Atlantic, salvagers of the Titanic made a notable discovery when they located the personal effects of Murdoch, the bridge officer who tried in vain to keep the doomed ship from colliding with an iceberg. The artifacts, including a shoe brush, straight razor and pipe, are the first to be specifically to Murdoch, a central figure in the disaster who gained added notoriety after James Cameron’s polemical portrayal of him in the 1997 blockbuster movie “Titanic.” (AP Photo/David Goldman) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By David Goldman
Tue, Apr 3, 2012 2:47 PM EDT