Earhart was on Mili Island? Wing Cameras on Electra?

November 10, 2017 Articles Comments (0) 77

  7/24/12 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"  There's Read more [...]

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TIGHAR’S Bearings Questionable

January 27, 2014 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 43

This is a representation of the picture in TIGHAR's research paper titled Analysis of Radio Direction Finder Bearings in search of Ameilia Earhart by Bob Brandenburg. 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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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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Who Took The Electra 10E? The Japanese?

May 5, 2012 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 37

5/5/12 The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) is planning an expedition to Nikumaroro, dubbed Niku VII. We wish them much success and sincerely hope they find the Electra and clear up this 75 year old mystery. Read more [...]

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