My pals Les Kinney and Dick Spink were brought onto this show to share their research and evidence. I can see that the show has followed some of my path - including an interview with Ms. Akimaya Blanco, whom I interviewed four years ago. She's a sweetheart, and deserves to have her story told on a grander scale.
Honestly, they asked for my participation, but they didn't ask for Mike Harris' participation - and Mike is a good pal, and deserves as much credit as anyone for digging up her story.
But credit aside - this isn't about the time that Mike Harris put in - or the time that I've put in - it's about telling the story about what really happened to Amelia Earhart.
|Ms. Blanco when I interviewed her.|
I'm still holding onto the evidence that I have about her - that is beyond what this show will report - including the US Marines who saw her plane and watched as it was destroyed by the US Military... Either way, there's more to the story - what happened to her body and where the wreckage of her plane is located. (Both mysteries I have answers to.)
|With Dick Spink, Jim Hayton and Mike Harris in Seattle.|
Here's to opening the door on the real story!
|One of the cells she was incarcerated in Saipan|