Podcast by ChasingEarhart
Our journey is over. We created something that I didn’t know that we could. And we did it together. And now as I look back on everything that we accomplished, I can finally move forward into an exciting future. One of hope. One of faith. And one where the skies are the limit. I think Amelia would appreciate that.
So, goodbye Amelia & Fred. Wherever you are...
The Secret Mission to Rescue Amelia Earhart: A Conversation with Guy, Jeff & Jim of Expedition 5
We’ve reached the final time that we’ll be discussing theory on this podcast. It’s been a long road, but we wanted to wrap with fresh faces, new ideas and a twist on this story that you’ll never see coming. If you’re familiar with this podcast or with Vanished Amelia Earhart, you’ve likely heard of the Hawaii Clipper, but you might know its fate. And no one listening would ever know that its fate is tied in with the woman we’ve been discussing for 79 episodes of our show. Tonight, we go out on a bang on this, the “go home” episode of Chasing Earhart, we’re joined by Guy Noffsinger, Jeff Reigel, and Jim Janicki of Expedition 5 to discuss the Lost Clipper and the search to find its 15-member passengers and crew and why that flight was in fact on a rescue mission to bring back none other than Amelia Earhart.
Amelia Earhart Evidential Details: A Conversation with Scott Seeds
Within the Congressional Armed Services Committee, the Intelligence Community retains a non-itemized appropriation referred to simply as “the black hole”. For over two decades, part of the funding of that program went toward analyzing whether or not the human mind could be used to gather reliable information. What you are about to hear is the report that the US Intelligence Community would have received had they targeted the Amelia Earhart mystery in the interest of the people of the United States of America.
Tonight, with just 3 more episodes of the podcast to go, author and investigator Scott Seeds joins us via Zoom to discuss operation stargate, the world flight mystery and how remote viewing may hold the answer to the greatest mystery of all time.
On this 82nd anniversary of the vanishing of Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan, we bring you a special message from Chris Williamson & the Chasing Earhart Project.
AE - from A to Z (Everything you need to know - and THEN SOME)
Just realized today that after listening to this podcast nearly since its inception/debut, I have somehow neglected to review it. Guess I have simply been too busy enjoying the episodes - many for a second - or even third time. Indeed, this is how good - and yes ADDICTIVE I find it. The episodes are so densely-packed with rich detail and riveting revelations that they definitely - by my estimation anyway - rate multiple listens/reviews. That is, if you so happen to relish the subject matter as much as I do, though - well - I would tend to surmise this might ALSO hold true even for those relatively new and thus less familiar to - and with it/her. For we longtime “diehard” fans and followers, many of the theories/hypotheses are - with few exceptions - not exactly new, however the host and team nevertheless manage to succeed in presenting and outlining all of them in a most refreshing, concise and compelling manner that feels/resonates as completely unbiased, a true rarity in my experience (as a lifelong follower of Earhart - along with the mystery surrounding her disappearance). Furthermore, they also highlight/weave in a fair amount of more recent relevant detail(s) and happenings - to include a few items (books, comics, etc.) that I personally (even as a self-described expert on the topic) was not even aware of, along with interviews with those of more recent generations, who have been inspired to reach for - and thus succeed in achieving great heights and accomplishments - thanks to her pioneering example - and most epical lingering legacy. These, in addition to colorful chats with family members, authors of the many biographical and fictionalized offerings on her life and disappearance, as well as longtime proponents of all of the varying theories surrounding her decades-old disappearance - and presumed death. In short, there is something for everyone here, regardless of your take on what may or may not have occurred on - or after July 2nd, 1937. Take it up for a “test spin” - I promise you won’t regret it.
Found this podcast through Astonishing Legends and have been a fan ever since my first listen! Highly recommend to anyone and everyone who finds Amelia Earhart interesting and wants to know more!
Love the show, plain and simple. Look forwards to each to episode. My only crisicism is the audio quality. I understand this typically honed and developed over time.