NEW YORK (AP) -- A federal official says there may be human remains embedded in the mud of the North Atlantic where the New York-bound Titanic came to rest when it sank 100 years ago.
The director of maritime heritage at the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration says forensic evidence indicates signs of human remains at the shipwreck site.
James Delgado said Saturday that one 2004 photograph shows a coat and boots in the mud. He says the way they are "laid out" makes a "compelling case" that it is where "someone has come to rest."
He released the full image this week to coincide with the disaster's centenary. It was previously seen in a cropped version.
They were taken during a NOAA expedition.
The luxury liner went down April 14, 1912, after striking an iceberg.
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