I'm not sure which forum to put this in but who here has read Dan Simmon's The Terror?

‘Frozen in time’: Eerie footage inside 170-year-old shipwreck from lost Arctic expedition

Simmons wrote The Terror based on a real historical event. He's an incredible writer as many of you know. (I wasn't impressed with the made for TV movie but the book was great.)

Archaeologists have obtained unprecedented footage of an Arctic shipwreck “frozen in time” for more than a century and a half.

Video from inside HMS Terror reveals china plates and bottles still stacked on shelves, eerily well-preserved officers’ cabins and weapons still in their racks.

Tantalisingly, scientists believe that paper and photographic records of the ship’s last years may still be intact inside cupboards and desks aboard the wreck.

“Artefacts have been essentially frozen in time for approximately 170 years” thanks to frigid temperatures and sediment build-up, said Parks Canada in a statement.

Terror was one of two ships in a doomed expedition to complete the navigation of the Northwest Passage, which left England in 1845 and was led by Sir John Franklin.