What Happened to the Hawaii Clipper?

By John J. Geoghegan Aviation History Magazine Vanished!: What Happened to the Hawaii Clipper? In the 81 years since the Hawaii Clipper disappeared, no one has figured out what happened to the flying boat and its crew. A few minutes before 6 a.m. on July 29, 1938, Pan American Airways Captain Leonard Terletzky taxied the…

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Greeting Jim Janicki to The Lost Clipper Team!

As followers of The Lost Clipper project over the years (specifically 20 years for us as of June 2019!), you’re well aware of the puzzle that the team is trying to decipher. Obviously, one part of that puzzle is the detective work that must be done to re-create the events and possibilities those 80+ years…

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An Expedition to Locate the Wreckage of Samoan Clipper

by The Pan Am Foundation Dr. Robert Ballard is best known for his discovery of the RMS Titanic’s final resting place.  He continues his ocean exploration and work on board the Nautilus. BREAKING NEWS:  Now in his sights is Pan American World Airways Sikorsky S-42 “Samoan Clipper”.  Captained by Edwin C. Musick, lost over the…

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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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Island Hopper: USA to Guam and All Points in Between

United Airlines recently created a vignette about their island hopper which tells a little bit about our flight to/from the USA mainland to Micronesia and all the islands we see along the way… Three to four times per week, a United 737-800 takes off from Honolulu just as the sun begins to rise, making five…

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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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FEATURE: Bob Perry, Lost Clipper Cemetery Geophysics Specialist

Bob Perry, Lost Clipper Cemetery Geophysics of Topographix LLC, explains Ground Penetrating Radar and how it rules out false possibilities before an actual dig, drastically saving time and money. Bob, like the other members of The Lost Clipper Crew, is an intrical part behind the search to uncover the true history of those 15 missing…

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Saint Anthony, The Patron Saint of the Lost (Clipper)

One of The Lost Clipper crew’s lead videographers, Ollie Dale, talks about his intimate belief in Saint Anthony, the patron saint of lost and stolen articles, and how it is hoped that Saint Anthony will help guide us in our quest to find these 15 lost Americans from 1938. St. Anthony of Padua is one…

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