BRANSON, Mo. -- One hundred years ago Satruday night the infamous Titanic struck an iceberg and the unsinkable ship began taking on water.
Saturday afternoon, the Titanic Museum in Branson held a special ceremony to honor those who lost their lives and celebrate those who survived.
With hundreds in attendance the Titanic Museum celebrated it's namesake. From Captain Smith to maids onboard the ship, they told a story of accomplishment, loss and survival. The story was intertwined with stirring music from the Springfield Symphony.
Descendants of passengers teared up thinking of loved ones now gone. An Eternal Flame was ignited to honor those onboard Titanic. As a symbol of strength and love for those lost this day also rekindles relationships with survivors.