The Unsolved Mystery From The Set Of 'Titanic'

Poisoned soup, a conga line, and a stabbing. Who knew that the production of Titanic was almost as dramatic as the film?

Read more about the weird behind-the-scenes incident of Titanic below:

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TITANIC Directed and written by James Cameron, Titanic achieved epic commercial success upon its release in 1997. But the production of the film was a

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THE TITANIC CHOWDER MYSTERY For the cast and crew of Titanic, August 8, 1996 should have been the last day of filming on location in Nova Scotia. Howe

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THE CURSED CHOWDER Chowder was one of the food options provided by the local catering company. And all 60 cast and crew who ate it were immediately af

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FOOD POISONING? Bill Paxton said that people were laughing, crying, and throwing up. One crew member summed up the feeling as, I feel toxic and besid

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THE HOSPITAL Eventually everyone was taken to the hospital. However, no one stayed in their beds. Everyone was bouncing around. Some were racing wheel

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James Cameron was stabbed in the face with a pen by a crew member. He was bleeding and laughing. CRACKED.COM

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Hospital staff thought it was very weird case of food poisoning. It was chaos: people were crying, moaning, and collapsing on tables. There was even a

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THE TOXICOLOGY REPORT Police were called in to investigate and discovered that everyone had ingested P.C.P. (aka Angel Dust). CRACKEDCONT

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SO WHO LACED THE CHOWDER? Police closed the case after a two-and-half-year investigation, with no suspects. The catering company believes it was one o

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WHAT PROBABLY HAPPENED Cameron's theory seems the most likely. He had fired a crew member the day before because they were causing issues with the cat

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THE TAKEAWAYS Titanic was a wild set to work on. PCP can cause spontaneous conga lines. Don't stab your boss in the face with a pen, even if you're onSource: Vanity Fair

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