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Major Clue Found In Amelia Earhart Mystery

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Researchers believe they have identified a fragment from Amelia Earhart's plane. Follow Madison Burke: http://www.twitter.com/mburkenews See more at http://www.newsy.com Sources: The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery http://tighar.org/Projects/Earhart/Archives/Research/Bulletins/73_StepbyStep/73_Step_by_Step.html CBS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzsVX80dVNw Discovery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaMp5SibXRk National Geographic http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUR8r06EtVEe Image via: The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery http://tighar.org/Projects/Earhart/Archives/Research/Bulletins/73_StepbyStep/73_Step_by_Step.html
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David Ornelas (3 months ago)
AMELIA, a heroic superstar of her time, was an inspiration to women, as well as men. The nation admired her greatly, and it would be painful to hear she was apprehended by the Japanese for hostile surveillance, to endure brutal agony, to expire on Saipan, never to return home again. Since this unfortunate tragic story is negative press for the govt., the powers-that-be have attempted to hoodwink the public and NOT expose the truth. TIGHAR’s claim of Amelia Earhart’s demise on Nikumaroro, original hypothesis from Fred J. Hooven (1982), is a bamboozle, diverting the public from the TRUE story of AE perishing on Saipan for espionage. In July 2017, the Marshallese Ministry of Foreign Affairs have acknowledged the Jabor Dock on Jaluit Atoll, depicted in the famous 1937 classified ONI photo, was built by the Japanese in 1936, making the photo VALID evidence that Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan were on Jaluit Island in the summer of 1937. In 1987 the Republic of the Marshall Islands issued a set of 4 commemorative stamps and envelope covers in honor of the 50th anniversary of Amelia’s landing on Mili Atoll on July 2, 1937. Hooven later abandoned the Gardner Island (Nikumaroro) theory after AE researcher Fred A. Goerner proved many settlers had lived on Nikumaroro for many years (1938-1963), without a trace of Earhart, or the Electra. Three (3) planes from a Navy Task Force rigorously searched the immediate area of Nikumaroro in July 1937, and found the island void of human life. In October 1937 English anthropologist Henry Maude, who regarded TIGHAR’s claims as “bull”, visited Nikumaroro and saw nothing related to Earhart, or the Electra only 100 days after their loss. Suffice to say, if Amelia & Fred had landed here, countless cocunuts, crabs and fish were available for them to survive on. Fred Goerner sent a March 1, 1990 letter to TIGHAR’s Ric Gillespie, in which he was gently warned the media would not tolerate their false claims about Amelia Earhart’s alleged July 1937 landing on Nikumaroro. For more information watch History Channel’s ‘Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence’, on YouTube. Amelia’s Earhart’s 1937-1944 last days captive are classified and suppressed by the govt., due to political (FDR) elections, wartime secrecy, and post-war diplomacy.
Max Headroom (2 years ago)
Well she was not alone she had a navigator with her Fred Noonan
Shane Mungal (3 years ago)
StinkFingerr (3 years ago)
So she may have died a miserable & lonely death,marooned on a desolate atoll?

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