July 2, 1937 - Amelia Earhart sends her last known transmission to the Coast Guard Cutter Itasca. Her message simply ends with “Wait”, and then there was nothing.
As the world learns that beloved aviatrix Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan have gone missing somewhere over the Central Pacific Ocean, they wait for news. But the information about the pair is slow coming, as the search is just winding up. The United States Navy launches a large air/sea search for the pair of aviators. Covering over an estimated two hundred thousand square nautical miles of ocean, with many islands, atolls and reefs. To no avail.
Reports of multiple radio distress calls start coming in sporadically from civilian radio operators. As they are reviewed one at a time, some are considered credible enough for further investigation. But in the end, none bear fruit!
Our Theory becomes clearer as new information becomes available. So, I look forward every day to see what’s next!
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