Swank sunk Earhart, But Historical Evidence Shows That Amelia Did Not Crash And Sink Into The Ocean

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Ten years of research studying the loss of Amelia Earhart brings a story in novel form that has all the trappings of a book classic and in the future as a feature film classic. It is truly amazing that Navy Intelligence and U.S. and Japanese interests have been able to keep the secrets and the evidence of the Earhart loss suppressed for over 70 years, but it has happened. No she did not crash and sink at sea, no she did not crash at Gardner Island (Nikumaroro), and no she did not come back to America in disguise as Irene Bolam.

The Lost Flight of Amelia Earhart

Swank sunk Earhart, but historical evidence shows that Amelia did not crash and sink into the ocean. Our story continues where Hiliary's "Amelia" left off …

Ten years of research studying the loss of Amelia Earhart brings a story in novel form that has all the trappings of a book classic and in the future as a feature film classic. It is truly amazing that Navy Intelligence and U.S. and Japanese interests have been able to keep the secrets and the evidence of the Earhart loss suppressed for over 70 years, but it has happened. No she did not crash and sink at sea, no she did not crash at Gardner Island (Nikumaroro), and no she did not come back to America in disguise as Irene Bolam.

"Lost Flight" will take you there... to a very small island in the Pacific... to a lost airplane floundering over open waters... to a story that has never been told on the silver screen or in book form. For those who want the story behind the story with supporting details and evidence that only a published work can provide, this book is a definitive must read on the life and loss of Amelia Earhart.

In the book you will see the documentation behind the "Lost Flight" including the e-mails and the testimony of experts such as the late Navy Captain Almon Gray and Pan American Airways radio operator Paul Rafford, two radio experts who set the record straight on the Earhart loss. You'll read several of the letters that were written by CBS radio reporter Fred Goerner who was, we believe, the best of the Earhart researchers. In fact, there is a long list of researchers involved with this mystery, and they all have their individual stories to tell. "Lost Flight" goes further than the typical Amelia Earhart book and refutes the "crashed and sank" theories, the Irene Bolam stories, as well as those theories that Earhart flew south to the Phoenix Islands and perished on a deserted Pacific Island.

"The Lost Flight of Amelia Earhart" has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and is available for purchase from The Lost Flight Group: http://www.LostFlightGroup.com

Media editors may request a complimentary review copy by sending an email request to: info(at)lostflightgroup(dot)com    

Motion Picture production partners and co-producers are also being sought for the development of a dramatic feature film (not a documentary) from a completed screenplay by author Carol Linn Dow based on the same content as her book.

Please visit http://www.lostflightgroup.com for complete information.

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