Moving Forward

The Lost Clipper team recently participated in a very collaborative meeting in Quantico, VA with a dozen very influential and prominate investigators in the field.  The idea is to look at “the larger picture” and hopefully combine resources and efforts to help navigate history and find what we’re all looking for. It’s our hope to…

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The Amelia’s and the Lost Clipper

When was the last time you knew history could be changed?

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An Update On An Old Story

About a year ago, we weighed in on the image taken on Jaluit Atoll that was reported as being of missing aviatrix Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan. The issue was that a blogger in Japan found the exact same image in a Japanese archive and that it was “stamped” 1935.  None of the…

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The Lost Clipper Welcomes Amelia Earhart to the Team

At first glance, one might wonder “how did the Lost Clipper crew get “the” Amelia Earhart to join their team? Wasn’t she lost somewhere over the Pacific over 80 years ago?” On the contrary. Amelia Earhart is alive and well… Named by the Jaycees as one of the “Top Ten Young Americans,” Amelia Rose Earhart recreated and…

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New Zealand/U.S. filmmakers hope to solve aviation mystery linked to Amelia Earhart

by SIMON MAUDE, Stuff A New Zealand filmmaker has teamed up with a former US Navy intelligence officer in a bid to solve one of aviation’s most intriguing mysteries. Aucklander Ollie Dale is joining Guy Noffsinger and team to investigate how Pan Am flight 229 inexplicably vanished over the Pacific in 1938 – and how the plane’s disappearance…

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Les Kinney on Amelia Earhart – Facts are Facts.

Les Kinney is a friend to the Hawaii Clipper Project and has conducted research for us at the National Archives just outside Washington DC.  I felt compelled to share a recent note on a attack by TIGHAR on his theory: ================================================================= Gillespie (TIGHAR) does not tell you the following information about his theory: In October…

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What’s NOT YET been said about the Amelia Earhart photo discovery…

So I am pretty sure you have seen this now famous spy photo allegedly of Pilot Amelia Earhart and Navigator Fred Noonan.  If not — where have you been??? Blog visitor Tom recently remarked how the absence of Japanese guards should indicate that the two folks in the photo are not Earhart and Noonan but…

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UPDATE: Did Amelia Earhart Survive? Newly Released Photo Has the World Buzzing

The stories of The Lost Hawaii Clipper and Amelia Earhart have criss-crossed for decades and our research have verified this.  Sightings of Amelia Earhart have been seen all over the Pacific since her disappearance in 1937.  That said, we wanted to pass on these interesting articles released this week… by FRAZIER MOORE, Associated Press NEW…

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75th Anniversary of the loss of the Hawaii Clipper

July 29, 1938, the Hawaii Clipper, on trip #229, was presumedly lost at sea 75 years ago today. The flying boat service between San Francisco Bay and Manila Bay required approximately sixty hours of flying time over six days with intermediate stops at Pearl Harbor, Midway Atoll, Wake Island and Guam. The Hawaii Clipper disappeared…

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