Finding Amelia: The True Story of the Earhart Disappearance [With DVD] by Ric GillespieIn the seventy years since the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan during a flight over the Central Pacific, their fate has remained one of historys most debated mysteries. Dozens of books have offered a variety of solutions to the puzzle, but they all draw on the same handful of documents and conflicting eyewitness accounts. Now, a wealth of new information uncovered by the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) allows this book to offer the first fully documented history of what happened. Scrupulously accurate and thrilling to read, it tells the story from the letters, logs, and telegrams that recorded events as they unfolded. Many long-accepted facts are revealed as myths. Author Ric Gillespie, TIGHARs executive director, draws on the work of his organizations historians, archaeologists, and scientists, who compiled and analyzed more than five thousand documents relating to the Earhart case. Their research led to the hypothesis that Earhart and Noonan died as castaways on a remote Pacific atoll. But this book is not a polemic that argues for a particular theory. Rather, it presents all of the authenticated historical dots and leaves it to the reader to make the connections. In addition to details about the Earharts career and final flight, the book examines her relationship with the U.S. government and the massive search undertaken by the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy. For serious students of Earharts disappearance, an accompanying DVD reproduces the documents, reports, and technical studies cited in the text, allowing instant review and verification of the sources.
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Look Inside. Featured in the upcoming National Geographic documentary, Expedition Amelia! This is a critically acclaimed look at the life, disappearance, and search for the legendary aviatrix, Amelia Earhart. On May 21, , the most famous female pilot of all time, Amelia Earhart, set out to do the impossible: circumnavigate the globe at its widest point—27, miles in all. Just six weeks later, she disappeared over the Pacific Ocean.
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Since the early s, and continuing into the 21st Century, a variety of Amelia Earhart investigative authors kept discovering new, revealing, and at times startling information about Amelia Earhart's 'disappearance' and subsequent 'missing person case' that was previously unknown. Above : These two landmark books from and combined over fifteen years of investigative research. Both concluded how after the end of World War Two the United States and Japan agreed not to publicly disclose an awareness they shared that concerned the true outcome of Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan's world flight attempt. The books' authors and other private investigators who inquired about the information they discovered and presented were greeted by official silence in Washington and Tokyo when they pressed for more information. Eventually, most gave up on trying to get an official response from either government.
Reineck The final account, for all those who are In search of Amelia. Printed book only. These Amelia Earhart facts cover the story of Amelia Earhart who disappeared in the south Pacific over 70 years ago. It talks of her capture in the Marshall Islands, her captivity by the Japanese Military, and her rescue, return, and life back in America. This is the history of Amelia Earhart's last flight: A 'round-the-world trip in that would take Earhart from California to the south Pacific, only to have her disappear over the Pacific Ocean. There have been many theories on the outcome of Earhart's world flight of July of Could have Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan splash landed into the sea?
All rights reserved. They were aiming for tiny Howland Island just north of the equator in the central Pacific Ocean. The U. Coast Guard and Navy scoured the area by ship and plane for two weeks. Over the years, enthusiasts have looked for signs of Earhart or her plane in the Marshall Islands, on Saipan, and deep underwater.