“The Best Book on the Earhart Mystery by Far”
This reviewer has covered most of the voluminous output on America’s greatest heroine, but nothing comes close to this, the most exciting and scholarly read since the late Thomas E Devine’s compelling “Eyewitness: The Amelia Earhart Incident.” Clearly, Mike Campbell is the leading authority on all things AE, and this book must now be considered the recognised masterclass and essential go to handbook on what really happened to Earhart and Noonan. The author’s brilliant grasp of his subject is truly astonishing, and the sheer depth of his research is a marathon achievement. … The truth is there to be had — right here, right now – in the revealing pages of Mike Campbell’s incredible book. — Roger Hopkins, United Kingdom, Amazon.co.uk reviewer.
“A Cornucopia of Forbidden Truth”
No one has ever written more comprehensively on the subject of Amelia Earhart’s disappearance than Mike Campbell, and no one is more trustworthy on the subject. That last point is not a small one, because the Earhart mystery continues to be a hot topic, and there are still an ample number of shills for the government who would lead one astray.
The very best evidence that Campbell is the man to be trusted on this subject is the fact that, as of the date of the writng of this review, both this book and the earlier book that Campbell wrote with Thomas E. Devine are blacked out at the very large Amelia Earhart Wikipedia page.
In a nutshell, what Campbell has given us is an absolute cornucopia of forbidden truth. Read it and you will know far more than it is safe to know in 21st century America. — Amazon.com review by David Martin, Dec. 22, 2014. (See also Martin’s “Hillary Clinton and the Amelia Earhart Cover-up,” from Veterans News Now, below.)
There have been many books written about the mysterious disappearance of famed flier Amelia Earhart in the 75 years since she vanished on a world-record trans-Pacific flight. We can absolutely say, without equivocation, TRUTH AT LAST by former Air Force civilian public affairs officer Mike Campbell is the best by far.
We don’t want to spoil it for our readers, but by the time you finish this masterful work, you will agree. Campbell has solved the mystery of Earhart’s tragic fate. The disinformation attempts and crackpot theories of those approved of by the government don’t even come close to TRUTH AT LAST.
A copy of this book belongs in every military post and civilian library in America. You can make that happen, dear readers. Just go to your librarian and ask for it. Tell you local bookshop to stock it, and pass the word on to friends. Let’s make this one a best-seller!
Campbell’s book presents many stunning new findings and revelations, eyewitness accounts and analysis that leave no question about the presence and death of Earhart and Fred Noonan, her navigator, on the Japanese-held island of Saipan in the days and months following her July 2, 1937 loss during the second last leg of her attempt to become the first woman to fly around the world. — MAJ Glenn MacDonald, USAR (Ret), MilitaryCorruption.com
I received [Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last] yesterday and it is superb. One of the most interesting aspects of it is the additional, previously unpublished info Mike provides on various previously published accounts, especially on Fred Goerner’s investigation. It is clear that Fred learned far more than he published. The book also reinforces my own [long]-held belief that AE ended up on Saipan, indeed makes it seem incontrovertible. Moreover, Mike’s book seems to be the most significant one published on the subject in an extremely long time.
I am currently feasting on it in every spare moment. — Dave Bowman, author of Legerdemain: Deceit, Subterfuge, and Political Sleight of Hand in the Disappearance of Amelia Earhart (Saga Books, 2007).
Everybody must get a copy of Mike Campbell’s just arrived book AMELIA EARHART: THE TRUTH AT LAST. It’s a fascinating, scholarly book digging like no researcher has even done before, over 100 credible witnesses strongly supporting the Saipan-Mili answer to the mystery. Mike has included some research I have never released before. A must read for AE aficionados. — Bill Prymak, founder and former president of the Amelia Earhart Society of Researchers, Broomfield, Colo.
“A wonderful book, a must read for all fans of the Earhart matter.”
I waited a long time for this book to come out, and it was well worth the wait! If one is a serious student of the Earhart matter, you must have this book in your library. When I opened the package, I said, “Wow!” This is a thick book!” Its 460 pages long, and is packed with interesting information that will wet anyones appetite. Inside you will find an interesting narrative of the Earhart disapearance, step by step as it goes along. This is no cursory look at the events, but an exhastive treatment of what really happened to Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan.
This book should be a “must read” book at all high school American History classes. This is an alternative view about what happened to our flyers, but I believe is is the correct view. Mike Campbell has searched far and wide to develop this analyses, and has done Earhart fans a great service, by digging deeply into the Freg Goerner files at the Nimitz Museum in Texas. There are many new developments given that probably would have been in Fred Goerner’s new book, had he lived to publish it. The Saipan Scenario is more than a scenario. This book will show you that it’s a fact that Earhart and Noonan met their demise at the hands of the Japanese, on Saipan. Mike Campbell backs this up with many, many, eyewitness accounts in both the Marshall Islands, and on Saipan. Its time the truth be let out about what ACTUALLY happened to our two flyers, and this book does the best job of it. — Rob Ellos, Earhart performance artist and researcher, Stillwater, Minn., Amazon review, Aug. 19, 2012.
The first thing that one discovers when looking into the contrary eyewitness evidence related to the Earhart disappearance is that Campbell sits at the peak of a rather impressive pyramid of citizen evidence gatherers on the subject. Beneath him on the pyramid, among others, are a number of veterans of the U.S. military.
Preeminent among them was the late Thomas E. Devine, author of the 1987 book, Eyewitness: The Amelia Earhart Incident. Devine, a twenty-eight-year-old Army sergeant at the time, was among the troops who captured Saipan from the Japanese in July of 1944. While on Saipan he had a life-changing experience. He saw what he is certain was Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed Electra. He wrote down the “NR 16020” written on the plane and remembers wondering what the “NR” meant. He also witnessed the burning of the airplane upon the orders of American government officials in civilian clothes.
. . . Don’t expect any of our mainstream press to be directing you to Campbell’s book, though. If he is to be ignored, it will not be because the case he makes for the capture of Earhart and Noonan by the Japanese is too weak. It will be because it is too strong. — From David Martin’s “Hillary Clinton and the Amelia Earhart Cover-up,” Veterans News Now, Aug. 9, 2012.
Roosevelt wanted to maintain the myth that Earhart and Noonan disappeared in the Pacific Ocean. Our government has continued to perpetuate this myth. Campbell calls this deception “the establishment’s contempt for the truth.” He concludes, “Despite the massive and compelling body of evidence attesting to the fliers’ cruel and ignominious ends on Saipan. Amelia Earhart’s fate remains, in the popular culture’s wisdom and in the history books, as much a mystery now as in the first desperate days following their disappearance.”
Goerner’s widow [Merla Zellerbach, of San Francisco], after reading “The Truth at Last,” wrote to Campbell, “You have done a magnificent job of recording and recounting Fred’s obsession, as well as turning your own obsession into an amazing book.” She expressed her hope “the government will relax its hold on the story of Amelia Earhart’s fate and corroborate the facts as you tell them.”
I also hope this will happen. Knowledge about Earhart’s life and death should be based upon “the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.” — Joel Freedman, “Truth at Last” shatters Earhart myths,” August 16, 2012, Books Section of the Finger Lakes Times, Canandaigua, New York.