She is most associated with Belfast and Southampton, but Titanic's ghosts are everywhere, if you care to look....
It's a whole century since the world's most famous ship plunged to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Today the Echo plays tribute to those local souls who perished and survived in what is still considered the world's greatest maritime disaster...
Click the images to see that person's story - or click to see them all on one page
Barbara West, the last but one survivor of the Titanic. She was ten months old when the ship sank
| The brave musicians who kept on playing as the Titanic sank
| Titanic's ghosts are all around if you know where to look
| Laura Cribb, whose account of the sinking and the death of her papa, sold for $16,000
| Echo sports writer Andy Goodall and his wife, who both had relatives aboard the Titanic
| Swanage stoker George Kemish, who survived the sinking of the Titanic and told his story to the makers of A Night to Remember
| Dawn Gould, whose uncle George Symons rowed a lifeboat to safety at the Carpathia - to be greeted by his brother, who was working on that ship
| Walter Nichols, a steward on the Titanic, who told of the shrieks of dying passengers
| Clear Annie Cameron, the ladies' maid who helped widows who had left their men behind on Titanic
| Alfonso Meo - was he fleeing to America on Titanic to escape his bigamous marriages?
| Neal and Eileen McNamee, newly-weds who never got to take up their dream of a new life in America
| The tragic roll call of Titanic victims
| Jacob William Gibbons,a second class steward from Studland rescued from the Titanic