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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 Read more [...]
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 Read more [...]
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 Read more [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Nauru–Ice Cream Cone on the Pacific
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 [...]
For seventy-five years the general thought associated with Amelia Earhart is she got lost, ran out of gas and crashed into the ocean. That is a rather simplistic and insulting resolution to the mystery behind the demise of one of Read more [...]
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