The lengthy “The PAA Post-Flight Radio Intercepts” (What they really tell us and what was the U.S. Government trying to cover up?? Why did they want all copies destroyed?” that appeared in the November 1997 issue of Amelia Earhart Society Newsletters is too dense for normal reading and not suitable for this blog.
The important aspects of its bulky contents are covered extensively in the April 30, 2014, “Earhart’s “post-loss” messages: Real or fake?” May 13, 2014, “Experts weigh in on Earhart’s post-loss messages,“ and May 27, 2014, “Amelia Earhart’s alleged “Land in sight” message remains a curiosity, if not a mystery.”
Today we present Bill Prymak’s “Follow-Up on the PAA Post-Flight Radio Intercepts,” which includes his and other researchers’ analyses; it appeared in the March 1998 edition of the Amelia Earhart Society Newsletters. For enhanced realism, I’ve presented this article in its original AES Newsletter format. To read larger version, please left click on the image.
For further discussion, see Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, Chapter III, “The Search and the Radio Signals,” pages 40-59.