Amelia Fashion, Luggage, Posters, Movies and now… 

24 Jan
A doll complete with compass. What’s next, a life-sized blow-up doll? Only kidding. We are always glad to see tasteful tributes to our gal. “The first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and the United States, Amelia Earhart is known for her tremendous achievements as a pilot. She was a pioneer of women's rights, believing that women could do anything they set their minds to.   The Amelia Earhart doll is dressed in exquisite detail in her pilot's uniform, complete with a leather Read more [...]

What Really Happened to Amelia? 

14 Jan
If you have read our book Amelia Earhart Betrayed or followed our articles on our website, then you know what we think happened to Amelia. Here is what the average person commenting on Yahoo thinks about the Earhart mystery of her disappearance. “No one knows for sure. Most people believe that she crashed her plane and died somewhere in the pacific. There are a lot of theories, some believe that she was captured by the Japanese and killed. Some believe that she moved into a rural area somewhere Read more [...]

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Amelia Joins the StarTrek Phenomenon 

04 Jan
Trekkies, have you seen the latest starship, USS Earhart? It’s a sleek and beautiful warp speed creation from Stephen l. Read more [...]

Google’s Doodle for Amelia Earhart 

24 Dec
Google has honored Amelia’s 115th birthday with a new tee-shirt, now offered in their Doodle shop.   Wearing Amelia- what a great way to keep her alive! Read more [...]

The Search for Amelia Earhart Continues 

14 Dec
In July, 2012 Tighar (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) had launched a 2 million dollar search near Gardner Island in the Pacific. They hoped to find the remains of Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, as well as their aircraft that was lost on July 3, 1937. After numerous searches their fate is still a mystery after 75 years. This expedition, filmed by the Discovery Channel, aired in August 2012. We wished them success, but felt that they were looking in the wrong place. Read more [...]
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Amelia’s Navy Ships

04 Dec
Ideas & Insights About a Legendary Lady Amelia’s Navy Ships There were at least two American ships named after Amelia Earhart. The fist, according to Wikipedia, was “…SS Amelia Earhart (Hull Number 117). It was a Liberty ship built in the United States during World War II. She was named after Amelia Earhart, an American female aviator who disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. The ship was laid down on 19 October 1942, then launched on 18 December 1942. The ship survived the war, including Read more [...]

Lady Lindy

24 Nov
Ideas & Insights About a Legendary Lady Lady Lindy  It was 1932 and Amelia Earhart had become almost as famous as the adventurous Charles A. Lindbergh. The ambitious aviatrix wanted to duplicate his record breaking flight across the Atlantic and be the first woman to make the crossing solo! Lindbergh took off from Newfoundland on 5/21/27 and landed his Spirit of St. Louis 33 ½ hours later in Paris. Earhart took off from Newfoundland on 5/21/32 (exactly 5 years later). Despite mechanical Read more [...]

Amelia Fashion, Sexy Then and Now

14 Nov
Ideas & Insights About a Legendary Lady  Amelia Fashion, Sexy Then and Now Compare feminine Amelia-inspired flight gear of 1936 with 2012. Sexy is in the eyes of the beholder. Now, check out 2012 below! Now, check out 2012 below! Read more [...]

Naming Amelia

04 Nov
Ideas & Insights About a Legendary Lady Naming Amelia The origin of the name Amelia is Latin and means work or industrious. Oddly, each year the name has had a meteoric rise in popularity in the U.S. In 2006 Amelia actually rose to the list of the top 100 names given to females born in the U.S. These are the popularity ranks according to the U.S. Social Security: Administration: 2006    83rd 2007    77th 2008    70th 2009    69th 2010    68th 2011    41st 2012    Read more [...]

Amelia Earhart and the 99’s

24 Oct
Some folks know little about the Ninety-Nines. The group may not be as famous as the number sixty-nine, or be likened to the football team the 49er’s, but they have a rich history in the world of aviation. Amelia Earhart became the first president of the small club founded in 1929 consisting of 99 daring female pilots.  A woman way ahead of her time, Amelia encouraged women to achieve at activities rarely if ever attempted before: travel alone, wear pants, drive a car, and even fly. In their Read more [...]
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