previews the ten-year forensic analysis and MSS, Protecting Earhart
scheduled for publication this year. [Protecting
Earhart U.S. Copyright Office Registration Number: TXu 1-915-926]
Below: A 1944 USAAF reconnaissance photo of
Taroa Island in the Marshall Islands taken during a bombing raid, reprinted from Randall Brink's best selling book, Lost
Star: The Search For Amelia Earhart, W.W. Norton, 1993. Protecting Earhart's forensic study enlarged and rotated
the insert, then placed an outline of Amelia's Electra over it revealing a match. As Brink noted, Japan manufactured no planes
that would have compared to the Electra's design during the war, and different Marshallese accounts described how Amelia's
wing-damaged plane had been transported to Taroa, to include statements made by two Marshallese brothers, John and Dwight
Heine who described how they helped Japanese military personnel off-load it there.
|1944 USAAF recon photo
|Taroa in the Marshalls; several accounts described Amelia's wing-damaged plane was taken there
| Protecting Earhart's insert blow-up and rotation
|...with an outline of Amelia's Lockheed Electra 10E placed over it
Earhart definitely came to the Marshall Islands in 1937."
above was described in 2002 to Associated Press reporter, Ron Staton
by Alfred Capelle, United Nations Ambassador to the Marshall Islands. Prior to
the time U.S. Troops occupied it in 1944, Japan had been the ruling government authority in the Marshalls. Based on
his country's own history of the time period, Ambassador
Capelle professed how Amelia Earhart's 1937 rescue and continued existence
in Japan's custody remained non-public information due to the strained relationship that existed between Japan
and the United States. This all took place during the onset of the Sino-Japanese War, that began just five days after Earhart
was reported 'missing' and would soon after dovetail into the World War Two era.
Additionally, Ambassador Capelle plainly described numerous accounts of Marshallese
residents and government officials who not only recalled Amelia Earhart being held in the Marshalls, but how she was commonly
referred to as 'Tokyo Rosa' ['Tokyo Rose'] among the Marshallese people. It turned out a Japanese translation of
'Tokyo Rose' was "that held by the chrysanthemum." Of note, the chrysanthemum flower has long adorned the seal of
the Emperor of Japan, that may help explain why Amelia Earhart's mother, Amy Otis Earhart attended Iva Toguri's 1949 'Tokyo
Rose trial' in San Francisco on a daily basis.
|June, 1937: Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Electra 10E in Paramaribo during her world flight.
| Larger blow-up
|Notice the left wing removed at the seam & twin tail fins flatten on both sides at the right place
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Irene-Amelia.com was first launched in 2007. The comprehensive
Forensic Analysis and Forensic Comparison Study it partially displays, 1.) Proved more than one person employed the same 'Irene'
identity. 2.) Displayed the head-to-toe congruence the Gervais-Irene shared with Amelia Earhart. 3.) Proved the Gervais-Irene
appeared nowhere identified as 'Irene' prior to the mid-1940s.
The analysis initially began in 1997 and was beta copyrighted
in 2002. Tod Swindell's original manuscript, Protecting Earhart: The Beautiful Alter Ego and Silent Legacy of History's
Most Famous Flying Heroine has been housed and registered at the Writers Guild of America West since 2004, #1033972, and
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website is dedicated to the late USAF Major Joseph A. Gervais [1924-2005] and the late USAF Col. Rollin C. Reineck [1920-2007],
two World War Two heroes who began expounding on the 'Amelia became Irene' truth decades ago. A special thanks also goes out
to Ann Holtgren Pellegreno, whose enormous help with supplying never before made public 'Irene' photo data in 2002 paved the
way for the forensic comparison study to finally reach its reality based conclusion. Thanks as well to Bazzell Baz, who helped
to breathe new life into the Earhart truth seeking endeavor in the late 1990s.
Major Gervais, who was
considered by many to have been the most knowledgeable Amelia Earhart investigative researcher ever to pursue the truth, first
suspected the Irene-Amelia reality in 1965. The controversial 1970 McGraw-Hill book by Joe Klaas, Amelia Earhart Lives
delved into the enormous amount of Joe Gervais' investigative research and displayed the first nationally published photo
of Irene Bolam, AKA the Gervais-Irene, FKA 'Amelia Earhart.' Regardless of the fallout caused by Amelia Earhart Lives, Major Gervais and Colonel Reineck spent the last four decades of their lives working
to advance the claim of Earhart's name-changed survival to authenticity after enduring their own long term investigative analysis
of the evidence that supported it. Colonel Reineck's book Amelia Earhart Survived was published in late 2003 and
was greatly inspired by Tod Swindell's Irene-Amelia forensic analysis. Portions of the study appeared in the Reineck book,
that is more extensively displayed in Irene-Amelia.com. Protecting Earhart, Beyond 37', and Irene-Amelia.com
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