1987 Marshall Island Stamps

October 27, 2017 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 63

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 [...]

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TRAGEDY OF ERRORS

April 25, 2016 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 49

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 [...]

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EARHART: WHERE DOES FACT END AND FICTION BEGIN?

January 29, 2014 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 46

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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TIGHAR’S Bearings Questionable

January 27, 2014 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 33

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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281 Message Cracked

January 26, 2014 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 30

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. Read more [...]

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Who Took The Electra 10E? The Japanese?

May 5, 2012 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 24

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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The Mistake At Nauru

May 2, 2012 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 17

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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Why Did Earhart Miss her Target?

April 30, 2012 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 18

4/30/12 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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Fred Goerner & Earhart’s Max Range Airspeed Chart

April 27, 2012 In-Depth Research Articles Comments (0) 18

4/27/12 This is a re-creation of the mission to photograph the Japanese mandated island of Truk Atoll outlined in Fred Goerner's 1967 book, The Search for Amelia Earhart, in chapter 23, page 311. Read more [...]

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