British journalist W.T. Stead was a pioneer of early investigative journalism and became a famous figure in Britain. He eventually died when the RMS Titanic sank in April 1912, but even this did not fully end his journalism career however. Why was this?

Answer: Evidencing that you cannot put a committed journalist down, Stead attempted further contact by apparently making numerous appearances at London and other society séances.

Source: The Victorians by A.N. Wilson

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