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Aug 14, 2017

"Amelia Earhart (pt. 2) Crash, Capture & Cover-Up":

 Our Story: In AMELIA EARHART PT II we will discuss a mountain of witness (direct and indirect) testimony telling us that Earhart and Noonan survived their crash and were taken to Japanese held Saipan and imprisoned there, then either killed or allowed to die of dysentery from poor malnutrition. The island of Saipan is described as well as the Battle of Saipan, including the story of Suicide and Banzai Cliffs. We will discuss the two internments of the likely gravesites of Earhart and Noonan, the many military witnesses who saw her plane being destroyed by American military at Saipan's Aslito Airfield, and the many witnesses to related numerous stories of the presence of the two captured aviators on Jaluit, en route to Saipan. and in Saipan. Links to Books and research: Mike Campbell, The Truth at Last, 2nd Edition: Fred Goerner: The Search for Amelia Earhart: Fred Devine: Eyewitness: The Amelia Earhart Incident Vincent Loomis: Amelia earhart: The Final Story Movie: Flight For Freedom 3 Top Theories for Earhart's disappearance (#2 is TIGHAR'S Nikamaroroo) from National Geographic National Archives: Records Relating to Amelia Earhart (dock picture, Letter from France re: Bottle Found with letter connecting her to Jaluit in 1937