Photos: Gemini & Scorpio's Drowned Ball

Revelers honor the Titanic's glory and demise at Zanger Hall.

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Unless you've been living under an iceberg, you know this month marked the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's first and last voyage. While the occasion's been commemorated in articles, a TV miniseries, a reissue of James Cameron's blockbuster film, and countless other talks and tours, we're particularly impressed with Gemini & Scorpio's take on the tragedy. The partyers captured the zeitgeist and honored the ship, Downton Abbey glamour and zombies all in one magnificently macabre event.

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