January 29, 2014 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 66

November 16, 2013 We have been criticized (mostly in private) since Amelia Earhart Betrayed was published. The principal complaint was “Where does fact leave off and fiction begin?” This article will answer those questions and because Read more [...]

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Earhart Mystery Briefcase Still Unfolding-Saipan 1944

January 23, 2014 Articles Comments (0) 192

  On 5/11/12 we spoke to Ed T. Jones, now 85, who lives in Florida. He was a close friend and WWII buddy of Bob Wallack. Bob, now deceased, was a  U.S. Marine machine-gunner in Saipan. He was the person who, in Jones’ own words, Read more [...]

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Carol to Emulate Amelia Earhart: 29,000 miles!

June 8, 2013 Articles Comments (0) 107

Carol Vorderman, an attractive 52-year-old TV star, is obtaining her pilot’s license so she can re-create Amelia Earhart’s 29,000 mile around the world trek. Do you admire or scorn her efforts? Read more at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2336873/Carol-Vorderman-unveils-plans-solo-flight-world-follows-footsteps-hero-Amelia-Earhart.html?ico=tvshowbiz%5Eheadlines Read more [...]

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Amelia Earhart-Beautiful Hands and Chocolate

January 31, 2013 Articles Comments (0) 61

When Amelia Earhart addressed a small crowd at Galesburg, Illinois, the media focused on her snack choices and her hands. On October 16, 1935 a reporter wrote, “…noticed the beauty of Amelia’s hands and effective manner with which she Read more [...]

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Earhart’s Disappearance- Is It Really a Mystery?

June 16, 2012 Articles Comments (0) 68

  Amelia Earhart’s Last Flight ended in her controversial disappearance July 2, 1937. One must remember that she was attempting something that no one had ever tried before. Just like Pan Am instituting air service to the Philippines Read more [...]

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The Mystery of Earhart’s Radio Calls – Why So Short?

June 10, 2012 Articles Comments (0) 102

Before Amelia Earhart disappeared on her last flight she let it be known to all concerned that she would be transmitting at a quarter past the hour. She also said she would listen on the hour and half hour. In 1937 aircraft radios were quite Read more [...]

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Earhart’s Last and Final Flight: Navigational Error?

May 18, 2012 Articles Comments (0) 154

Nauru–Ice Cream Cone on the Pacific 5/18/12 The “Chater Report” contained in your extensive archive contains the evidence which my friend and I believe misled Mr. Noonan. The light at Nauru was telegrammed to be at an altitude of Read more [...]

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The Mistake At Nauru

May 2, 2012 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 26

5/2/12 To understand the mistake in navigation we must first understand the method of plotting their position. Noonan knew he was in the vicinity of Nauru Island because he could see the light on the island. Read more [...]

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