The White Ghost of Disaster is a fiction by Mayn Clew Garnett.
It was published in 1912 just before Titanic left Southampton.
The "white ghost" is referring to a monster iceberg against which an ocean liner is driven with such force that her bows are jammed a hundred feet into seemingly impregnable ice. The Titanic struck an iceberg at exactly the same speed as in the story.
Is this a mere coincidence or prophecy of the disaster?
The morose and listless ship's officer out of a berth, although he spoke little—if at all—seemed to put a spell of uneasiness and unrest on the party. The others did not know him or his history; but his looks spelled disaster and misfortune.
At last Charlie Spangler, the noted journalist, keen for a story or two, threw down his cards, exclaiming: "Let's quit. None of us is less imeasy than the rest of the ship's passengers."