Friday, October 30, 2009

Amelia Earhart's plane in Papua New Guinea...something big is stirring

I believe that something big is stirring in the pot regarding the Amelia Earhart case.

This week, I received an email from David Billings, the former Air Niugini engineer who has been religiously searching the jungles of East New Britain for more than 15 years for what he presumes is the wreckage of Earhart’s plane.

I have also received emails from overseas, from total strangers, asking about how to get in touch with Billings.

I understand that over the last week or so, there has been renewed speculation, particularly in the US, that the Earhart plane is somewhere in PNG.

I have had a record number of visitors to this blog this week, mainly on one story, “Amelia Earhart’s plane is still there” (http://malumnalu.blogspot.com/2009/01/amelia-earharts-plane-is-still-there_09.html).

Another interesting story is “Did Amelia Earhart return to Rabaul” (http://malumnalu.blogspot.com/2009/01/did-amelia-earhart-attempt-to-return-to.html).

There have also been speculations this week that a plane wreck believed to be Earhart’s has been located somewhere between Lae, which was Earhart’s last port of call in July 1937, and the island of New Britain.

Interesting…

 

 

2 comments:

  1. This is very interesting developing story. What we need is someone to produce the evidence on any one of these 'speculations'. What if it were true she never got far out of PNG...
    I'm curious to know more...
    Have a great weekend.

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  2. Very interesting indeed, Island Meri, and will keep you posted.

    Malum

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