…and then there is this…

As the bold headline in the Sunday Albuquerque Journal News Paper (Feb 5, 1939) shouts “Air Circles Baffled by Disappearance of Hawaii Clipper,” so goes our investigation.  In a reverse of how we normally give information to our readers – we have decided to post the  Page 7 article to better give the taste of…

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Traces Found of Lost Clipper

Thanks Jamie for your message and I too must keep an open mind as I have been at this for over 16 years and am susceptible to target fixation (tunnel vision).  Proof to another possible ending for the clipper may be found in the news papers from September 1938.  In one article from the Reno…

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A Thanksgiving Proclamation

From your friends working on the Lost Clipper Project, we extend a joyful and warm Thanksgiving Day wish that you find moments of joy and appreciation of being  citizens of the most amazing, dynamic and heroic country on the planet.  I am personally thankful for my God, my Savior,  Country, my family and friends and…

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Choy’s China Clipper Restaurant

Never give up hope!  I have to remind myself those words from time to time. I recently had the pleasure of visiting Journal Square in Jersey City, New Jersey a few weeks ago and time sure has had its impact on the location that hosted Wah Sun Choy’s China Clipper Restaurant (lower left corner under…

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Weekly Clipper Clip #10 with A Former DEA Officier

Javier Pena returns this week from his Netflix hit show “Narcos” to talk about The Lost Clipper as the first hijacking in aviation history and how it opened the door to modern day terrorism.    

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Flight Interrupted: A Century of Planes that Did Not Arrive

Recently, I was made aware of an article in Parade Magazine by renown aviation author Christine Negroni on the eve of the two year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.  In the repost of this interesting article, Christine mentions the Hawaii Clipper as among a sad but real correlation between of MH-370 other similar…

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Weekly Clipper Clip #08 with Dr. Vernon Grose

Dr. Vernon Grose, air disaster analyst and former member of the National Transportation Safety Board, returns this week with a philosophical concept about man versus evil and how it relates to The Lost Clipper.

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Weekly Clipper Clip #07

A local citizen from Chuuk, Micronesia tells us his motivational feelings on the ability to solve the mystery of The Lost Clipper.

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