Titan boss said 3 words to passenger on trip before doomed voyage – and they’re so chilling

Before the tragic accident that claimed the lives of five people in June, OceanGate CEO and the driver of the doomed vessel delivered three ominous words to a Titan submarine passenger.

The Titan submersible reportedly imploded two hours into its deep-sea dive to examine the Titanic’s wreckage, killing all of the passengers on board.

Onboard were Stockton Rush, CEO of OceanGate, Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman, Hamish Harding, a billionaire from the United Kingdom, and Paul-Henry Nargeolet, a French explorer. After the Titan lost contact with its mothership, their fate was initially unknown, but after several days of frantic searching, the grisly truth was discovered.

Sadly, the Coast Guard confirmed that the Titan submarine had sunk and that there were very little chances of any survivors.

Many questions were raised in the wake of the accident, which captured the attention of the entire world. The first was an obvious one: how could this occur? However, there were other, possibly more concerning, forays into the overall security of the OceanGate operation.

Stockton Rush, the company’s CEO, has come under fire, according to reports that he said three chilling words as he boarded the Titan submarine for the dive before the one in which he would perish.

According to rumors, Brian Weed, a documentary cameraman for the “Expedition Unknown” TV program on the Discovery Channel, took the Titan for a test drive back in May 2021.

But he remembered a “very strange” conversation he and Rush had after the former questioned the latter about the safety of the sub.

Weed ultimately decided against filming the proposed documentary due to safety concerns. Meanwhile, the “Expedition Unknown” production was shelved.

According to reports, the Coast Guard has recently begun gathering the Titan’s wreckage’s remaining debris, which includes presumed human remains that will be examined by US medical experts.

According to recent reports, last Wednesday (October 4) saw the completion of the recovery and transfer of the final components from the wreck site in the Atlantic Ocean.

Rest in peace to the poor souls who lost their lives onboard the Titan submarine. If you want to learn more about the story, check out the article below: