This was sent to us by Phil Van Zandt, a guest blogger. He and Woody Rogers are avid Earhart fans and respected historians.
You might like this, if you have not already heard from "Woody"
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1987 Marshall Island stamps. 50 year commemorative set depicting natives witnessing the “Electra” landing. Also, Japanese officer gesturing towards Earhart and injured Noonan as their plane is hoisted aboard the Japanese ship “Koshu”. Read more [...]
April 25, 2016
Fred and I have been reading accounts about the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan since we were kids. We have, like so many others, formed many opinions about what transpired on July 2, 1937 in the Central Pacific. Read more [...]
We believe that Earhart's mysterious "281 Message" connects the dots to Mili Atoll. It was Earhart and Noonan's only attempt to transmit in Morse Code and has been the elephant in the room for the past 76 and half years.
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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 [...]
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 Read more [...]
10/23/13 Contributed by Filo Vance
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 Read more [...]
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?
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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 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.
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