Amelia Earhart: What The General Public Never Knew

Wikipedia Is Deceitful About Amelia and Irene

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The 1980s and 1990s Words Of Monsignor James Francis Kelley On Amelia Earhart
Comparing Amelia Earhart To Irene O'Crowley Craigmile (Surname 'Bolam' added in 1958)
About The Irene-Amelia Forensic Analysis Results
The Reality of Amelia Earhart Versus 'Freedom of the Press'
The Amelia Earhart We Barely Knew...
What President Roosevelt Knew, What The FBI Knew, & Amelia's Sister On Her friend, 'Irene'
Wikipedia Is Deceitful About Amelia and Irene
Newspaper Fraud Tried To Hide The Truth In 1982


Wikipedia's false 'Irene Craigmile Bolam'

prophet, Dr. Alex Mandel of Ukraine 


 For over a decade now, Dr. Alex Mandel and Gwen Gale have been misleading the public about the Amelia to Irene conveyance, using the publicly accessible 'wikipedia' site as their platform, and marshaling outdated, disproved information to state their case while doing so.
As a wikipedia moderator, Gwen Gale's reputation is atrocious. Dr. Mandel, a Ukranian physicist who touts himself as an Amelia Earhart fanatic, has also demonstrated himself to be recklessly dishonest when it comes the life histories of both Amelia Earhart and the original Irene O'Crowley Craigmile. 
As the world knows, wikipedia is a "public supplied information" encyclopedia where "the knowledgeable and ignorant collide." Dr. Mandel's self-placed "Irene Craigmile Bolam" page co-moderated by Gwen Gale presents false information that makes it sound as if the National Geographic Society, in 2006, finally disproved the "Amelia lived-on and became known as Irene" assertion.
In their wikipedia page, Dr. Mandel falsely claimed a forensic detective hired by Nat Geo "eliminated all possibilities" that the post-1940 Irene and Amelia had been one in the same human being. 
National Geographic itself disavows this. In fact, in 2012, six years after 2006, the National Geographic Society ran an article that placed the "Amelia became known as Irene" conveyance as one of the three main 'still unresolved' postulations on what became of Amelia Earhart.
Why these two individuals (Mandel & Gale) are so passionate in their combined effort that left them extensively adhering to Dr. Mandel's falsely laced diatribes on wikisource, as well as dominating wikiwand interaction, leaves one wondering about their true motivations. Especially where the available bonafide evidence accumulated over many years time, merely reveals them as individuals obsessed with a common agenda, one devoted to swaying the public away from recognizing the truth of Amelia's later life existence as "Irene O'Crowley Craigmile" with her surname of "Bolam" added in 1958.
Observe the reality displayed below, of there having been three different Twentieth Century women who were attributed to the same Irene O'Crowley Craigmile identity, (a forensic reality the Mandel-Gale wikipedia page sidesteps addressing) with one of them, who only appeared that way after 1940, having clearly existed as the former Amelia Earhart:


Irene nee O'Crowley
(later 'Craigmile')
1918, age 14


1930, age 26
with her husband,
Charles Craigmile


Irene O'Crowley
Craigmile, 1941,
age 37


Irene O'Crowley
1975, age 71


Amelia Earhart,
age 38 in 1935...


...digitally combined with... 


The post-1940
Irene O'Crowley
Craigmile in 1946


Amelia Earhart, 1937...


...digitally combined with...


...the post-1940 Irene
O'Crowley Craigmile-
Bolam in 1965


An old newspaper photo of Guy and
Irene Bolam in Japan in 1963. This
photo displays the "post-1940" Irene,
who again as shown below, aligned with
Amelia Earhart when digitally combined.



Irene O'Crowley Craigmile, age 14 


Charles Craigmile and Irene
O'Crowley Craigmile, 1930
(Irene age 26)


Irene O'Crowley Craigmile, 1941 


The post-1940
Irene O'Crowley Craigmile, 1946


Irene O'Crowley Craigmile-Bolam



Above: The post-1940
Irene O'Crowley Craigmile-Bolam, 1965



Above, Dr. Tom Crouch. Distinguished and respected in the position he has long held at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, Dr. Crouch has never been able to support the 'learned truth'  about what became of Amelia Earhart. This is because his employer, the U.S. federal government, has always prevented the Smithsonian from seriously looking into the matter, exemplifying its own viewpoint that all-but states the mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance exists... because it is supposed to exist. [Even though the truth about what became of Amelia was learned and revealed a half-century ago.] 

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