Monday, August 20, 2012

Search for Amelia Earhart Continues

The search for Amelia Earhart is getting interesting.

As readers of this blog will know, we've been keeping track of the efforts of the search by a group of aviation historians and enthusiasts, The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR). According to a UPI report today, searchers may have found what what appears to a debris field off of Nikumaroro Island in the Pacific, where it is believed by many that she and her navigator Fred Noonan crashed in their twin-engined Lockheed Electra on the last leg of their round the world flight in 1937.

Searchers believe that Earhart and Noonan likely were able to make it ashore.

Hopefully, the searchers will find more evidence. In the meantime, you can follow Amelia's (fictional) adventures in War Plan Crimson, A Novel of Alternate History, for $2.99 and in Elvis Saves JFK! for just 99 cents (both are free to preview). Both books are also available through such fine online retailers such as Barnes & Noble, Apple's iTunes Store, and ChaptersIndigo.

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