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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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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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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Weekly Clipper Clip #03

A local citizen from Chuuk, Micronesia gives us his insight into The Lost Clipper.

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New Weekly Clipper Clips, #01

Hello All!  Guy and I have been working the angles on the Lost Clipper documentary and, boy, do we have a lot in store for you!  We’ve teamed up with some heavy hitters in various industries to help us with our research and investigations. I won’t let too much out of the bag today, but…

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Super Typhoon Maysak Strikes Truk Lagoon

On March 31 at 0900 UTC (5 a.m. EDT), Super typhoon Maysak’s maximum sustained winds were near 140 knots (161.1 mph/ 259.3 kph). Hurricane-force winds extended 40 nautical miles (46 mile/74 km) from the center, and tropical storm-force winds extended 100 nautical miles (115 miles/185 km) from the center.   Power has been intermittent in…

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