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Mashallese Debunk the Debunkers by Rich Martini

22 Jul
7/20/17    Marshallese Debunks the Debunkers By Rich Martini and Mike Harris Sr. This is a reprint from Chasing Earhart’s post on Robert Wheeler’s Facebook page Note: The photos and letters could not be reproduced on our site. Please see original post on the earhartonsaipanblogpost.com Born from a Kickstarter campaign, veteran explorer Mike Harris Sr. and filmmaker Rich Martini have joined forces to examine the evidence that Amelia Earhart was on Saipan after she disappeared. They've Read more [...]
 
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An Airplane on Gardner Island?

26 Mar
It seems that Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for TIGHAR is to put out a press release touting their new find first, and then start an investigation. Not surprisingly many of their press releases have been proven wrong; many of their assumptions have turned out to be wishful thinking. But Ric Gillespie continues to crank out publicity that endeavors to make the general public believe that anything found on Gardner/Nikumaroro Island that isn’t a coconut, a crab or a bird, came from Amelia Earhart’s Read more [...]
 
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Earhart’s Personal Camera & Luggage Labels

19 Jan
 by Filo Vance Amelia’s cameras 'talked' to me... The initial Kodak 620 Duo camera came to me under rather strange circumstances. Let’s just say that what I have since learned makes me believe it to be the one which was supposedly in the Earhart/Putnam antique Washington Irving desk 'mostly destroyed in the fire at their Rye, NY estate which occurred on or near Thanksgiving day, 1934'. With this in mind and history available from Purdue University I discovered Amelia lost many of her Read more [...]
 
 

WE DISAGREE WITH TIGHAR’S EARHART THEORIES

12 Jan
This is a copy of a memo we e-mailed to folks on our mailing list. 1-10-14 WE DISAGREE WITH TIGHAR’s EARHART THEORIES BY ROBERT WHEELER AND FRED NICELY We are writing to you because you have shown an interest in our research in the past. We have exciting news. Here at Amelia Earhart Controversy we have been “on the fence” so to speak. The two Earhart landing theories (TIGHAR’s Gardner Island and Fred Goerner’s  Mili Atoll) have merits. Our book, Amelia Earhart Betrayed was based Read more [...]
 
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Filo Vance on Earhart’s Camera & Disappearance

09 Jan
10/23/13  Personally I doubt it was AE & Noonan on Niku, nor that sonar scan is of an aluminum-skinned wing 1,000 feet below (I've seen aluminum cans disappears in less than 10-years on a tropical bottom and modern cola cans have far more protection while being much thinner – 80-some years more than make up for that!).   While I have read your book, I am still more convinced that the Navy’s search was a cover. I think crashing on Mille Atol in the Marshalls a more probable fate, with Read more [...]
 
 

TIGHAR’S SEARCH FOR EARHART- RIGHT REASONS, WRONG CONCLUSIONS

04 Sep
It appears Ric Gillespie of TIGHAR (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) is becoming a master at sleight of hand. I admire his ability to pull reasons to go back to Nikumaroro Island out of his….hat. The search for the “any idiot artifact” goes on and on and on. Jeff Glickman, a forensic photo analyst with a very impressive resume, has surfaced several times in the past few months with astounding “findings” that have aided TIGHAR’s cause greatly. The first was back Read more [...]
 
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Amelia, Fred and the Lady Be Good

21 Aug
The last and final flight of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan ended with them dying on Gardner Island between the 7th and 9th of July, 1937, according to the conclusion reached by The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) and the Discovery Channel. The thought process they used was quite simple. Supposedly, the pair was marooned on a desert island with no food and no water. How could they have lasted for more than 5 days? Possibly the story of the Lady be Good, a B-24D American Read more [...]
 
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