Planting of Evidence - a Medium speaks with AE


Here's the transcript of a conversation that I had with Amelia via Jennifer Shaffer in 2016 that I'm transcribing in 2018.  I'm post this on May 7th, 2018.

Jennifer: Amelia is here

Rich: Here’s the thing – Amelia. I'm going into a meeting with people on Friday at amazon... (to talk about doing a miniseries about you) They’re going to hear me talk about you in a film form – they’re going to ask who to play you...

Did I say she wants Scarlet Johannsen to play her, before?


I love she showed me her again...

I’m not focused on that right now – this photo of you and Fred on the dock, (In Jaluit, subject of a History Channel show that I helped with research) Were they accurate was this you and Fred standing on a dock in Jaluit in 1937?

Hold on. She shows me – "No but yes." Yes, that’s accurate, but something about the exact date being wrong. It was a little later. (I had said July 5th 1937)

You landed in mili in July of 1937. And they arrested you.. right after. And they took you to Jaluit in a few days, at the most a week. So it’s got to be july of 1937. Is that correct?


and so... the photo itself is of you and fred, is that correct?

Yes. "The mechanic." (Joking, referring to the Frenchman's article who called him that on Jaluit)

Sorry Fred.

He worked on the plane too.

I'm sure he did... but that being said – the Frenchman said something interesting, that you and Fred were taken by seaplane to Saipan, is that correct? He called it a hydroplane. Or did that happen later?

Like two days later, yeah.

Very good.

She's showing me both though. The plane went by boat, and they went by plane. I’m seeing both.

Yes, the boat took her plane. The seaplane took her and Fred. I do have eyewitnesses who saw them arrive at the docks in Saipan. My question is... should I just keep my head down doing this other work and not focus on it?

She’s saying for you to ask the naval intelligence about that picture.

Okay. To pursue that end of it..

Something with dental records as well. Hold on... ah. I feel like they’re going to find Fred’s dental records...something with Fred but not Amelia.

Fred's body was not moved – she was.


Okay that’s good. there’s this guy Les Kinney.
I’m sure he’s going back (to Saipan - he did) maybe he’ll find Fred.

I think so.

Fred’s dental records are easier to track down than hers I’ll bet.

Hang on... she says it’s not going to be organic... almost like they planted it.

Who? They’ll find something they planted?

She’s looking at my watch... I believe she had a watch on of some sort, some object took away from her when she landed... someone has it.. either on the island or someone from Japan has it... I bet if you research that you’ll find an earhart watch...

Do you think they’ll plant that on Nikomauroro?

They’re going to plant stuff with that deals with Fred.

You mean the guys who are with the cadaver dogs.

Would they do that? I'm seeing something small, like a fingernail.

I’ve been told by an Earhart expert that they are capable of planting things...

They’re going to planting something that’s very small.

Well, on the other hand... who cares? What can I do other than say...

You can say "they planted it."

Okay.Well, I could say I had a conversation with Amelia and she said “they’re planting something of fred’s like a fingernail on the island as we speak.  Is it a fingernail?

She’s showing me teeth. She’s making fun of Fred,  hold on. It has to do with his dental.

So that’s why you’re showing this?


So what do you feel about me broadcasting this on a website? Or am I just making people feel bad?

She says do it in a subtle way – you can go back and reveal it, when it does come out.  

Elgen Long told me they had an authentic plane part... that he thought they'd bury and pretend to find. He didn't like the Tighar group very much - called them frauds.

They won’t do that because too many people know about it.

So why would they do that? Wow. Okay, to justify their thing. I’ll put it on the webpage Earhart on Saipan, in the form of a page document that is there in the form of a report... which no one will see unless I share the link.

So this meeting with amazon on Friday... is this a good thing?

She just went like this with your shoulders... (rubbed them.)

(Note: I did meet with Amazon, they spent six months telling us they were interested, and then at the last minute, everyone involved was let go.  It's currently at Netflix.)

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This webpage examines the eyewitness accounts and other evidence that shows Amelia and Fred were arrested and taken to Saipan. There were over 200 individuals who claimed they saw her, this site examines who they were, and what they heard or saw. It includes details of evidence the Electra was found on Saipan, interviews with people who saw her and the Electra before and after they were taken to Saipan. Interviews with over two dozen Saipanese who claim they saw her there and over a dozen US Marines who claim they found the Electra, her passport, briefcase and other details.



Eyewitness Accounts: Published


Pg 40. “Glancing out on the runway ramp.. an area not the main part of Aslito Field, but an extended arm of the airstrip at the southwest corner… Near an embankment was (AE’s plane). (LATER) .. a muffled explosion at Aslito Field erupted into a large flash fire… I crouched and crawled toward the airfield. When I could see what was burning, I was aghast! The twin engine plane was engulfed in flames! I could not see anyone by the light of the fire… in July 1944.”


Goerner gathers dozens of eyewitnesses to Earhart’s incarceration and second hand info about her execution.


Amelia reveals she did not know Morse code (and neither did Fred Noonan)



South African journalist gathers numerous eyewitnesses at Mili, Majuro and Jaluit. There is footage of these interviews, but it exists somewhere in Miami – still trying to locate the negative.


Elgen shows how the original plan devised by radio man Harry Manning was adhered to by the Coast Guard Itasca – they didn’t know Manning got off the plane in Hawaii and wasn’t on the electra. So 90% of all their communication was in Morse code – something neither AE or FN knew.


PG 32. Robert Sosbe, 1st battalion 20th Marines, 4th marine division) Sosbe said he saw the Electra before and during its destruction) “on or about D+5 after our infantry had captured Alsito, the night before, then were driven off, only to capture it again, our Co was called up to fill a gap between our infantry and the 27th Army infantry. The trucks carrying us stopped off the opposite side of the runway from the hangars and tower about 3 to 5 hundred yds. This two engine airplane was pulled from the hangar to off the runway where it was engulfed in flames from one end to the other. I can still remember exactly the way it burned, how the frame and ribs because it was visible. It was about half dark. It burned approximately 15-30 minutes.”

Same page: a letter from Earskine Nabers: “I am seeking Marines who were placed on duty at Aslito to guard a padlocked hangar containing AE’s plane. The hangar was not one of those located along the runway. It was located near what may have been a Japanese administration building, and an unfinished hangar at the tarmac, in the southwest corner of the airfield.

The follow up letter (pg 33)

…”we had to get Col. Clarence R Wallace to sign all the messages that came through the message center.) Hq 8th moved back to bivouac area. I was dropped off at the Hangar for guard duty at the main road that went by west side of hangar. The road that went out to hangar, I was placed on the right side, just as it left the main road….

Pg 34 The best I can recall the plane was pulled on the field by a jeep.. the plane was facing north after the plane was parked and jeep moved. A plane came over real low and on the next pass he strafed the plane and it went up in a huge fireball. (We were sitting on the west side of the airfield about one hundred yards from the plane. We were on higher ground. As far as I remember, the (men) that pulled the plane on the field and us guys from H & S 8th were the only ones there.”

Pg 36 Marine Capt Earl Ford of Fallbrook, CA, artillery master sgt with 2nd Marines. Interview 6-7-88 by Paul Cook. “The aircraft was about 100 yards (from me) maybe less. We all saw it. No way we could miss it. A civilian twin engine. No way it was military. American aircraft in civil registration… some officers were saying it was Amelia’s… it had only two windows on the side, back here.”

Arthur Nash, Air Corps Corps, P47 group on Aslito. Claims he saw the plane on July 4, 1944 (book says 1945, must be a misprint based on following) pg 40:

“After landing on Isley.. at 2:30 pm, Japanese soldiers were running around the airstrip, one killed himself in the cockpit of a P47D with a grenade…” I slept fairly well (in the hangar) and (in the morning) wandered over to a large hole in the hangar wall facing the other hangar. The hangar floor and the area between the hangars was littered with debris, displace with siding from the hangars, maybe 65 yards apart, but close enough to get a good look at a familiar aircraft outside the other hangar. My eyesight was acute and what I saw was Amelia Earhart’s airplane!... the next morning I went over to see it but it was gone.”

Jerrell Chatham, 1st platoon, I company, 3rd regiment, 2nd marine deivions: “I was driving trucks .. on Saipan… when we went ashore I saw the hangar where Amelia Earhart’s plane was stored, I also saw the plane in the air. They told us not to go close to the airplane hangar and we did not…”

Pg 44: Howard Ferris, US Marines: “Sent to Saipan for guard dutey… an old hangar structure at end of a runway. This hangar was not large,.. small trees in front of big doors.. (then he recounts the same Marine argument that Devine and Nabers recount – where some Navy brass attempted to get in, but a Marine (Nabers) refused them entry.)” Howard was not present at the fire, but one of his buddies was. The buddy said a truck arrived with many gas cans and the guards saturated the entire hangar.. and it burned totally.

Pg 50 Robert Sowash, 23rd regiment 4th Marines Division: “I saw a plane in a building that was not a military plane.. I remember other Marines saying it was the same as Earhart’s. Later the place was cordoned off..”

Pete Leblanc, 121st Naval CB’s, 4th Marine division: “some of our guys were sneaking over towards the airfield to try and see (AE’s plane). We heard there were guards there. Then it was burned up later.”


Over 200 eyewitnesses as gathered by all the different authors with the various reports of her landing on Mili, being brought to Jaluit and incarcerated in Garapan prison.