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The History Channel promised to have their team of investigators “explore the latest developments about Amelia Earhart” – namely, that the photo at the center of their highly-hyped documentary “Amelia Earhart – The Lost Evidence” proved to be from a book published two years before Earhart disappeared. It has now been nearly three months.

Crickets.

No matter which theory of Amelia's fate you favor, fake history hurts everyone. 

We ask you to join us in petitioning Paul Buccieri, President of A&E Networks, to broadcast an apology for misleading millions of viewers. To view and sign the petition go to Change.org.

Nikumaroro From The Air

These aerial views of the 2015 TIGHAR Niku VIII expedition to Nikumaroro were shot from drones by TIGHAR videographer Mark Smith of Oh Seven Films. They illustrate the island’s awesome beauty and the daunting challenge it presents to those who would try to discover its secrets.

The Earhart Project What Happened to Amelia Earhart Earhart

The Earhart Project is testing the hypothesis that Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan landed, and eventually died, on Gardner Island, now Nikumaroro in the Republic of Kiribati. READ MORE.


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Finding Amelia II

TIGHAR’s new book is well under way. Click HERE to read a sample chapter and support the research and writing of this essential tool for all Earhart historians.

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