|During the invasion of Saipan, US Marines found her plane.|
Consider the facts. These trips to Gardner Isle have resulted in a comb, freckle goop, some turtle bones. Nothing else. Really? You think that if she had actually been there, there might have been anything else?
There's been a deep sea expedition - millions have been spent on finding - nothing. Oh wait. A debris field. "Could this be the resting place of Amelia Earhart's Electra?" Oh my!
And how did this come about? A photo dug out of the archives, of what may or may not have been Nessie, or a piece of an aircraft in 1937 in the water. So the guy who took the photo - he didn't notice it, just happened to catch this landing gear bobbing in the water. What could it be?
I don't even get the logic of what we're talking about here. A photo of what may or may not be a landing gear in the water near Gardner? What the heck does that have to do with Earhart's Electra? It's crazy. There's not a single shred of any evidence, eyewitness or otherwise that she went anywhere near Gardner.
Wow. Denial is not a river in Egypt.
and now - for some other details - actual eyewitness reports from people who saw her, saw the plane, and saw what happened to it. C'mon guys - reporters - get out your pencils. Do some homework, please!
Over 200 islanders saw her or Fred Noonan after 1937 in and around the Marshall Islands. These people have been interviewed in books and on film. (Oliver Knaggs, many others, Fred Goerner, etc).
US Marines found her plane on June 18th, 1944 at Aslito airfield. If you watch the film that's referenced here you will see them speak for themselves on camera. They decoded the message that said they'd found her plane (and not some look alike plane) they guarded her plane, and they destroyed her plane.
|Bob Wallack, US Marine, found her briefcase on Saipan in 44.|
They buried it off the runway at Aslito airfield. They covered it in dirt. The aluminum has not deteriorated. It is still there. The runway hasn't changed. The documentary film "Earhart's Electra" SHOWS WHERE the spot on the runway is. You want to become the person who found AMELIA EARHART'S AIRPLANE? Don't go to Gardner. Don't go undersea. Take some equipment, get some permits and start digging where these US Marines claim they saw her plane, saw it destroyed on the runway. It's within a fifty yard radius of the maps in this film. It's still there. Waiting for someone with a shovel. Get to work.
End of story.
|Honor her memory properly. Tell the truth.|