Weekly Clipper Clip #17: Secrets

Does it all come down to secrets and lies?  Is that the main reason the M-130 Hawaii Clipper was hijacked? Javier Pena, Lead Investigator, talks about what may have been the early seeds of World War II. Peña’s early work for the DEA came as the international cocaine trade had begun to explode. In 1988,…

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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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Weekly Clipper Clip #06

As you’ve seen over the past six weeks, we’ve teamed up with some heavy hitters in various industries to help us with our research and investigations. Bill Stinnett, former Hawaii Five-O Police Investigator and Truk Lagoon resident, is back this week to tell you his feelings and to give you some background on the tasks…

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Back in the USA

Hi everyone, It has been a couple of weeks since we have been back and I am still combing though video, photos and data we acquired.  I know that some of you want a definitive answer on our search results but that will take much more time.  The reason is that although we found “the”…

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August 19th

With any glorious sunrise, optimism abounds when plowing a mirror-like tropical lagoon for what I had hoped would be THE day that I have been hoping for. After fourteen plus years, I had found the exact location Amelia Earhart researcher Joe Gervias and his contemporary researcher, Charlie Hill, had both adamantly claimed that the remains…

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Slab Found!

Arrived in Truk Lagoon on Tuesday and quickly departed the following morning to investigate a lead as to where the slab in question was located. By mid day, we believe we have finally found the elusive slab! That’s right! You heard it right. WE FOUND THE SLAB! Now, after several days of negotiating with the…

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Guam: Last Stop Before Truk, Micronesia

August 10, 2014 A few shots from Guy on his travels.  Here he is arriving in Guam for the night, his last stop.  After some overnight rest, he’ll travel on to Truk in the morning, his final destination.  Stopping in Japan and Guam helps him acclimate to the changing timezones, a 14 hour (and one…

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Mission #3 Pre-Trip Words

August 8, 2014 A few words… only hours before Guy Noffsinger leaves for Japan then on to Truk for the third mission to search for the 15 lost American souls.  Guy’s airplane will be maneuvering around two named hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean on his long flight to Japan.  With a 15 hour layover, he…

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Seven Days and Counting…

One more shout out to everyone who helped make this effort possible. Because of your financial support and integral belief in this project, the Hunt for the Lost Clipper has begun preparations to leave the US and head for Micronesia next Friday. In reality, the $6,100 raised is roughly 50% of the actual cost of…

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