Lost Footage of Titanic Discovered
Wiggs stopped by and entered the House with a spry step. He sauntered straight into the Kitchen wearing a face red with excitement.
“I have to show you something,” he said. “It’s amazing.”
“How amazing?” I said.
Wiggs beamed. “It’s magical.”
I followed him to the driveway where, exhibited to my eyes, was Wiggs’s new car, a Ford Fusion armed with voice-activated everything. The sunlight reflected off its body.
“I’ve seen this before,” I said.
“No, dude,” Wiggs said. “Look what I found in the glove box.”
Wiggs reached into the car and retrieved a small, beaten box. He slid the top off it, and showed me the inside. Resting at the bottom of the box was a small roll of film.
“Have you watched it yet?” I said.
“You won’t believe it,” he said.
And I still don’t believe it. The film impressed The Blue House Lives so much we digitally transferred the footage to our servers and posted it to YouTube for the world to see. Here we present Wiggs’s marvelous find. Here we present “Lost Footage of Titanic.”