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Earhart's Electra: Eyewitness Accounts of What Happened to Amelia Earhart's Plane (2012)

Eyewitness Accounts of what happened to Amelia Earhart's Electra. US Marines found the plane on June 18, 1944, their story has never been told.

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In June of 1944, US Marines liberating Saipan found Amelia Earhart's Electra. This film features a few of them, interviewed at different times over the past ten years (3 have since passed). The research in the documentary reflects a 20 year journey that included working on Diane Keaton's TNT film, as well as Hilary Swank's Fox Feature "Amelia." The story of what happened to Earhart and her plane has never been fully told, at least on film, and this is the first time these men were interviewed on camera about what they saw. Written by R. Martini

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22 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recently viewed a short video about Ms.Amelia Earhart that explained what happened to her remains, as well as where you can find not only the bone fragments, but fragments of her plane here in the US. Please drop me a line at my email address and I will provide you with information about the video site well as the location of both sets of items. I have been fascinated with Ms. Earhart since I was a young girl and to know that you may actually continue to search for and settle the debate about her loss is really thrilling. I hope that you do not give up, I really would hate for that other fellow to continue to go on with his erroneous and ill conceived outdated ideas of her being marooned on some lonely island in the Pacific. Please straighten him out for the rest of us. Thank you, I am,

A.M. Clarkson, CPT, U.S.Army Retired


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