Amelia Earhart, circa mid-1935, in front of her single-engine Lockheed Vega 5B, in which she became the first person to solo the 2,408 miles from Honolulu to Oakland on January 11, 1935, which was also the first flight when a civilian carried a two-way radio.
Top left: The front page of the SanMateo (Calif.) Times, July 1, 1960, rocks the nation with a story that is as true today as it was 55 years ago.
"At last, the definitive book on what happened to Amelia Earhart. We rate this four stars."
The popular and widely accepted myth that the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan in the Central Pacific during their ill-fated world flight attempt in July 1937 remains among the 20thcentury’s greatest mysteries is false, the result of a decades-long U.S. government disinformation program that continues to this day.
My second book on the Earhart matter,Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last,presents many stunning new findings, eyewitness accounts and analysis, and never-before-published revelations from unimpeachable sources including famed U.S. military flag officers and iconic San Francisco newsman Fred Goerner's files that reveal the truth about Amelia Earhart's death on Saipan, as well as the sacred-cow status of this matter within the U.S. government. Truth at Lastexplodes the popular myths that Amelia Earhart’s Electra, NR 16020 crashed and sank in the waters off Howland Island on July 2, 1937, or landed on the reef of Nikumaroro Island, where the supposedly hapless fliers perished soon thereafter of thirst and/or starvation. Unlike many Earhart treatments, Truth at Last is a serious book, thoroughly researched and documented to stand up to the scrutiny, skepticism and even contempt it will surely attract.
In 1991, after studying the work of Thomas E. Devine, the late author of Eyewitness: The Amelia Earhart Incident (Renaissance House, 1987), Goerner, Paul Briand Jr., Vincent V. Loomis and a few others, I visited Devine at his West Haven, Connecticut home. When I left that February day, I was certain that Earhart and Noonan had died in Japanese captivity on Saipan, and the U.S. government is still engaged in an active cover-up of that fact. After 14 years of correspondence and collaboration with Devine, other Saipan veterans and experts from the innermost circles of Earhart research, With Our Own Eyes: Eyewitnesses to the Final Days of Amelia Earhart was published by a small Ohio company.
With Our Own Eyeswas well received by many within the Earhart research community, though it was poorly marketed and sold poorly. It's now a collector's item. Four years after its publication, armed with many new findings and insights, I began writing Truth at Last, which makes a far more compelling case for the famed aviatrix’s presence and death on Saipan -- a fact that flies directly in the face of accepted establishment doctrine.
Because the truth about the fliers' deaths on Saipan is anathema to our government's longstanding political agenda, the establishment will not be forced to recognize this book's existence without the support of people like you, Americans who are sick of being deceived by this government at every turn, and who are unafraid to demand the truth. Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan deserve much better than to have their fates relegated to the dustbin of alleged historical "mysteries," never to see the light of day.Truth at Last mightwell be their last best chance for historical vindication.
The 77th anniversary of Amelia Earhart's last flight has passed, the government-controlled disinformation campaign continues to suppress the truth, and once again I respectfully ask for your kind support of Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last.If not you, who? If not now, when?
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