This Is The Chilling Last Text of Hamish Harding, Who Died in The Titanic Tour Sub

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Just days after the hearing the devastating news regarding the fate of the crew of the Titanic Tour sub, new details are emerging as to what happened days leading to the expedition.


As of today, the last text of Hamish Harding, the British Billionaire aboard the Titanic Tour Sub, has been revealed and it’s chilling.

Hamish Harding

The chilling text message reveals that Hamish and the crew knew that there was poor weather days leading up to the launch date.


In fact, just a day before the OceanGate Expeditions-operated sub was launched, Hamish Harding sent his friend, retired NASA astronaut Col. Terry Virts, an update saying:

“Hey, we’re headed out tomorrow, it looks good, the weather’s been bad so they’ve been waiting for this,” Harding, 58, messaged Virts.


Virts continued:

“He understood the risks for sure, there’s no doubt about that,” Virts added.


He then continued:

“He went down to the deepest part of the ocean, set a few world records … at the Mariana Trench [the deepest part of the ocean] and we talked quite a bit about the risks and the different things that they were going to be able to do. So he was very excited about it,” he said.


The saddest part of this all is, their deaths could have been avoided in so many ways.


Between reports of how many short cuts were made on the sub and even up to this very text, they could have just not gone and they’d all still be alive.

This truly is so sad and just a reminder that none of us are promised tomorrow. Not even billionaires.


RIP and sending my condolences to their families.

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