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“Truth at Last” now an Amazon Audible Audiobook

I’m pleased to announce that thanks to Larry Knorr’s Sunbury Press, Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last has been published as an Amazon Audible Audiobook and is now available to all. 

Narrated by Bill Hemberger and published by Beacon Audiobooks, the Truth at Last Audible Audiobook was released on Jan. 12, 2021.  In our current iPhone-addled culture, Truth at Last continues to be blacked out by the entire media, including so-called conservative and alternative media.  Moreover, with an increasingly illiterate populace adverse to reading anything more complex than their latest text messages, Amazon’s Audible Audiobook, with its uncompromising presentation of the truth, can reach many who would otherwise never hear a whisper of the truth about one of our establishment’s most protected sacred cows.  

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Along with Amazon’s publication of the Truth at LastAudible Audiobook, we were pleasantly surprised that it’s been the #1 New Release in Aviation History and Aviation & Nautical Biographies for several days since its Jan. 12 debut.

Perhaps you know someone who doesn’t like reading books but has expressed interest in the Earhart disappearance, falsely called “The Earhart Mystery” by virtually the entire world.  They’ve seen more than one of the galaxy of phony Earhart documentaries and specials that pretend to have a new slant on the Greatest Aviation Mystery of the 20th Century,but offered more of the same old crashed-and-sank and Nikumaroro lies.  Or maybe your friend or relative enjoys listening as they drive, or being read to sleep.  What could be a better gift, to that special someone or even to yourself?

Any way you choose to support Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last and this blog is greatly appreciated. 

**Second Edition Kindle version now available**

The long-awaited Kindle version of the Second Edition of Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, is now available at Amazon.com for just $5.99.  To purchase it, please click here.


April 2: Home in Jacksonville

My wife, Nee, my cats, Pee Wee and Roy, and I finally made the trek to Jacksonville, Fla., my old Navy stomping ground, and taken up residence in a new home in a very nice part of the biggest city, geographically, in the United States.  It’s been in the works for well over a year,  but we’re sure this will be our home for the rest of our days. The weather in Knoxville was a bit too cold for Nee and her chronic bronchitis, and I’ve always wanted to return to Jacksonville, where I learned the nuts and bolts of newspaper reporting as a Navy journalist at NAS Cecil Field for two years in the early 1980s.


More nonsense from Rich Martini 

In his latest “Earhart on Saipan” blog entr, Rich Martini advances even more incredible falsehoods in his attempts to gain attention for his Saipan efforts to prove Amelia Earhart died on Saipan.  Though Martini is on the right side of the issue, his methods, which included digging holes, willy nilly, at the old Aslito Airfield site in a blind search for the long buried and destroyed Earhart Electra, as well as his writing illiteracy, as exemplified by his constant errors in grammar, syntax and his insistence on renaming Fred Goerner’s classic bestseller “Searching for Amelia” have done little to add credibility to what Goerner established in 1966 with The Search for Amelia Earhart, and what Truth at Last confirms in spades — Earhart and Fred Noonan’s presence and death on Saipan following their 1937 loss. 

Martini says he’s speaking with the very first eyewitness to come forward, a Saipan native who lives in the US [sic], and he displays an old photo of Josephine Blanco Akiyama, though he doesn’t name her.  He notes that no one bothered to put her on film.  We will.  The most outrageous lie to come out of Martini’s Saipan foray has been recorded by TIGHAR drone and pretend journalist Alexie Villegas Zotomayor, who reports in a March 28 Marianas Variety (Saipan newspaper) story that a Martini associate,  “said more than 200 eyewitnesses offered stories” about seeing Earhart on Saipan to the Martini group.  

This ridiculous falsehood, uttered by “Captain Cooper,” who stayed to dig at the old Aslito Field while Martini and Harris had already realized the absurd nature of their search and split Saipan weeks ago, undermines anything positive that might have been accomplished.  Why do these people find it so necessary to fabricate disinformation when the case for Earhart on Saipan is already so strong?  It does bear repeating that not a single story about Martini’s Saipan antics can be found in the American media.  Do we need any more evidence that the establishment hates the truth in the Earhart case, when so many ignore all attempts, misguided though some of these efforts might be, to prove it?


George Cepeda’s Amazon review

At my request, a discerning reader of Truth at Last, Ohioan George Cepeda, recently revised his already complimentary review of the book, adding a star to the four he had earlier awarded it, and rewriting several sections of his fine review.

Especially gratifying is his conclusion, which I couldn’t have written better myself: This is by far the most authoritative and exhaustive book written on the Earhart mystery and provides the best round table of facts leading to the most probable conclusions,” Cepeda wrote. “It is as close to an expanded and THIRD revised edition of  The Search for Amelia Earhart as we will probably ever see.  I think Fred Goerner would have been proud to see how well the results of his research and others in this small investigatory community have been used.”  

Thanks George!

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