The holy grail of aviation mysteries is
the disappearance of
-- Amelia Earhart --
Why did she disappear? How
did she vanish? Where did she go?
-- and --
What did America do?
Amelia Earhart's Radio
-- WHY did she disappear?
Follow the timeline as Earhart flies from Oakland, California to Lae, New
Guinea, some 22,000 miles around the world -- only to disappear.
Learn the facts from the two dozen interviews of the men who were stationed at her
stops around the globe, and read how changes to her plane and radio,
The Hunt For Amelia Earhart
-- HOW did she vanish?
Learn the truth of the Hunt For Amelia Earhart. After she disappears
in July of 1937, the US sends 9 ships, 66 aircraft, and well over
3,000 sailors and airmen to search 260,000 square miles for her
through torrential storms and gale force winds.
This is the Story of
Amelia Earhart's Last Flight
From the Men
who were there.
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The saga is seven decades old -- Earhart and her navigator Fred
Noonan, disappeared over 70 years ago on July 2nd, 1937 on their
With just three stops to go, their Lockheed twin engine Electra was
flying from Lae, New Guinea some 2,500 miles toward tiny Howland
Island, an isolated spot out in the Pacific.
Map of the Last Flight
Waiting offshore at Howland was the US Coast Guard Cutter Itasca.
Her voice on the radio was last heard at 8:42 am, then it cut off.
Earhart, her navigator, and
their aircraft were never seen again.
for Amelia Earhart America's
Greatest Search By Douglas
8.5 x 11 Full Color Book
278 Pages - 270 Illustrations
-- Based upon 7 unpublished,
first-person accounts --
Unreleased Charts, Ephemera &
100 Unpublished Photos from 1937
-- The Complete Ebook is Included --
Book + Ebook:
-- Printed Book Not
Available -- Ships
Q2 2014 --
Amelia Earhart Survived
-- WHERE did she go?
Read of Amelia Earhart's return from Saipan. This tells of her
capture in the Marshall Islands, her captivity by the Japanese
Military, and her rescue, return, and life back in America plus
the comparison photography of the Earhart
America knew, and the woman she became. The only book that shows
Amelia Earhart found and includes unpublished pictures of Amelia
Looking like she is the famed Amelia
Earhart, an elderly woman denies being the lost heroine, yet is
recognized by many aviators
and looks remarkably much like the famed aviatrix.
Return to America By Colonel Rollin
6 x 9 Hardcover
230 Pages - 50 Illustrations
-- Based upon forensic evidence --
Photos of Earhart before and after
Includes a special
written by the author
Report of the Earhart Search
-- What did America do?
Find the reports from the US Navy and US Coast Guard, see the maps
and charts that show where the ships searched for Amelia, and read
the ships logs that tell a story that no one knows: What America did
to find Earhart.