Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Stop The Seach. I Know The Answer.

Lately scientists and explorers and all sorts of other folk are claiming to have discovered or are about to discover the whereabouts of Amelia Earhart's airplane, body, navigator, bones, and possibly even banjo.
AV Web, a news source for independent aviators, reported on March 5 that two different sources report having found the Lockheed Electra in which Amelia piloted her last and very famous flight.  Problem is that the sits are 2,500 miles apart.  One is near Lae, New Guinea, and the other near Howland Island.
You may recall a lot of news stories during the past few weeks dealing with some bones found on a remote island in the South Pacific.  They may have been, the new stories went, turtle bones or they may have been those of Amelia Earhart.  The jury is still out as researchers try to match DNA.
The newest hat to be thrown into the Where's Amelia ring is that of her cousin, Don Love, who lives in Wichita, Kansas.  He's eighty-six years old and is pretty sure he knows what happened.
I, too, am fascinated by Amelia Earhart but I know what happened to her.
You can find out everything I know about her by reading my novel, But This Is Different.
Just go to
and buy the book.
You, too, will join the steadily growing numbers of readers who really know Amelia's story.
You'll be glad you did.

1 comment:

Tom Walker said...

And if you insist that "But This Is Different" is a work of fiction, as some sourpusses do, at least you'll be hugely entertained while you read it. How much entertainment did you get from reading about some fragments of bone and a make-up mirror?