The aviator's reputation wasn't entirely based on skill alone.
Artist and printmaker Lilian May Miller constructed her personal image as consciously as she did her artwork. When she was in Japan, she wore Western clothing, often favoring Amelia Earhart–esque ties and mannish blazers. On a 1929 lecture...Show More Summary
The mysterious disappearance of aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan in 1937 has baffled searchers for 80 years and 2017 was no exception. Earlier this year, a History Channel special on a photograph that showed two people who resembled Earhart and Noonan alive on a dock on a Pacific island was discredited when... Read more »
A man in the South Pacific claims to have proof for the recently unearthed theory that Amelia Earhart and her navigator were executed by Japan in an elaborate cover up by the U.S. Read more| Comments
A man claims to have proof for the recently unearthed theory that Amelia Earhart and her navigator were executed by Japan.
Amelia Earhart Mystery: Lost Pilot Captured And Killed A man’s newly-shared story provides new information backing the theory that Amelia Earhart was taken prisoner and executed on Saipan after disappearing from her flight around the world 80 years ago. The idea that Earhart and her companion Fred...
Was Amelia Earhart held and executed at a prison on Saipan after her plane crashed in the South Pacific during her 1937 trip around the world? The Pacific Daily News reports a man's recollections of a conversation with his uncle lend credence to the theory recently put forward by a...
A new witness has emerged to tell his story surrounding Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan's mysterious disappearance.
William “Bill” Sablan said his uncle worked at the prison where Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan were taken.
The disappearance of early 20th century aviator Amelia Earhart has puzzled people for decades, with some suggesting she was lost to the sea and others positing that she became a castaway on a remote Pacific island. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
On a summer day in 1937, pilot Amelia Earhart took off with her navigator to fly around the globe, and—according to one theory—eventually crash-landed on a remote island in the Pacific where she was eaten by crabs the size of dogs.....
A perennial theory claims the pilot met a very strange end.
Christie?s New York Watches announced two rare highlights to be sold in the New York evening sale of Exceptional Watches on Thursday, December 7 2017: The Joe DiMaggio Patek Philippe Reference 130 and The Amelia Earhart Tiffany & Co....Show More Summary
Does a newly unearthed home film from the 1920s show Amelia Earhart at the opening of the Woodward Airport in Le Roy, Genesee County, N.Y.?
Aviator Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific. A gallon of gas cost 10 cents. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge opened. And so did a new Southern California entertainment venue, the Casino San Clemente ballroom. The year was 1937, and Casino San Clemente by the sea with its live orchestras and radio broadcasts were visioned as […]
Before there was Amelia Earhart, there was Mildred Doran: young, sexy and airplane crazy—but no pilot. That was enough to put her in the crew for a daredevil and disastrous race.
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"Historical accuracy is most important to us and our viewers," the network tweeted last week.
People in Atchison, Kan., continue to celebrate the aviator 80 years after her disappearance. While theories are welcome, many are fine with never having answers.
A photograph supposedly showing Amelia Earhart alive in the Marshall Islands in 1937 that caused a stir earlier this month is from a Japanese book published years before the famed aviatrix disappeared, a military expert said Wednesday. Show More Summary