Narcos Investigators, Hot on the Trail

Narcos Investigators, Hot on the Trail

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Trip to Truk, A Visual Recap

In late January through early February of 2018, The Lost Clipper team ventured again into the islands of Truk Lagoon. This is a brief visual recap of our search. Guy Noffsinger, Executive Producer Jeff Riegel, Producer Bill Stinnett, The Truk Stop Steve Murphy, DEA Narcos Robert Perry, Topographix Stephen Clouse, Liaison Ollie Dale, Vitually Famous…

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Quite A Productive Day!

We had quite a productive day today. Aside from a few downpours, things went well for us. The entire crew is back again tomorrow using sophisticated Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) via Topographix to hone in on our search target. These folks on the island are super friendly, climbing a nearby coconut tree and preparing a…

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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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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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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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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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