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originally posted by: ignorant_ape
what no one seems to have addressed - is what is missing from that pic [ if the claims made are true ]
originally posted by: Terminal1
a reply to: burgerbuddy
That is what I was thinking.
If she was captured where are the guards?
Not saying it isn't her. Could be.
Amy’s letter was sent to Bill Prymak by researcher Art Parchen. After reading the full transcript of her Los Angeles Times interview, Parchen concluded that the source of Amy’s uncanny knowledge about her daughter’s death may have been Eleanor Roosevelt – who Parchen, among others, believes enjoyed a special relationship with Amelia Earhart. “Eleanor Roosevelt told Amelia’s mother what happened out of compassion for her anguish,” Parchen wrote in his August 1994 letter to Prymak and the Amelia Earhart Society. “It was her way of ‘giving something back’ to the mother of the woman who taught her how to fly. You cannot read the L.A. Times interview without being convinced that Amy Otis Earhart really KNEW and ‘had it on good authority.'”
Parchen, who passed away at 85 in 2012, may have nailed it. Eleanor Roosevelt could well have known of Amelia’s death or capture by the Japanese, and if so, it means President Franklin D. Roosevelt knew the truth long before U.S. military forces found Amelia’s Electra in a hangar at Aslito Field on Saipan in the summer of 1944, something many researchers have long suspected.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: CynConcepts
The photo has been confirmed as not altered .
It's an old photo.
originally posted by: CynConcepts
Throughout the years, this rumor has been around. Tokyo citizens were celebrating the rumor that Japanese fishermen recovered her and Noonan.