Deep-sea tours of the Titanic expected to launch in spring 2018

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:54 | 03/16/17

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morning, if you've ever watched the movie "Titanic" and wondered what would it be like to see that time capsule? A London based tour operator plans to take you down to the steamship's watery grave in an underwater adventure called blue marble private and announced to bring groups of nine people on tours of the massive ship that sank in the north atlantic in 1912 after colliding with an iceberg. The trips will start spring 2018. This is real. It is happening. Participants will view the wreckage on an eight-day journey 1300 feet under the sea starting off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada. Newfoundland, I should say. Not cheap, $105,000 per guest. Which ironically we did the math taking inflation into account is the equivalent of what a first class passenger would have paid to board the "Titanic" before it went down. Really. Isn't that strange? Yes. $105,000. I ask you guys would you do it? I wouldn't pay a dollar. You just heard no from everybody. $105,000. Watery grave. I don't know. Very claustrophobic. Submarine. I'll let somebody else go first. It is fascinating to see it but I think being down there would be very eerie. Quiet and spooky. Well, there you go. On a positive note -- A new study says those hazy nights after maybe one too many vodka sodas or chardonnays may not be too hazy after all especially if a crime is involved. A study shows when alcohol is consumed after doing wrongdoing it can protect your memory from relaying information that is wrong. They showed a staged theft on video. The drinkers were able to recall exactly what happened with much more accuracy than the nondrinkers, believe it or not. And scientists believe it is because their brains are so pickled. They can't have new information coming in. Including misinformation. I've had many hazy nights but I've never witnessed a crime. That I know of. You know how many people are going to be like I told you the reason I drink so much. I'm trying to help crime. I'm like a drunk superhero. That's not even a "Pop news" investigation. That is real. That is my life, George. Psycho. Psycho pharmacology institute. Drunk studies. Thank you. We'll be back with another

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