Family from Canada found a letter with a letter that could be thrown away from the "Titanic" day before the catastrophe
In 2017, a sealed bottle was thrown into the beach at the beach at the cliffs of Hoopwell Rock. She found the Shervu family and transmitted to the studies of specialists.
The bottle turned out to be a message written by a girl named Matilda Lefevre a day before the "Titanic" catastrophe (April 13, 1912).
"I throw this bottle into the sea in the middle of the Atlantic. We must arrive in New York in a few days. If someone finds it, report it to the Lefevere family to Leuven, "says Matilda letter.
Scientists from the University of Quebec checked the data and found among the third-class passengers Matilda. She sailed to New York with her three brothers and mom. In the US, the family was waiting for his father. Unfortunately, Matilda and her relatives did not survive. In addition, university staff has already found now living relatives of Matilda.
Scientists said that wax, paper and bottle are genuine. However, they are confused by the handwriting, which is written by the letter: it is very different from how they were taught to write children in France schools of that time. Perhaps the girl could ask to write a letter of someone else.