12: Vanished Amelia Earhart "Left for Dead" (Part Two)
ADDITIONAL SHOW NOTES
- Smith & Vinson's Official Website
- Jennifer Taylor @ Smith & Vinson
- Jennifer Taylor on TwitterSmith & Vinson on Twitter
- Smith & Vinson on Facebook
- "Vanished: Amelia Earhart" was recorded in its entirety by the Zoom H1N microphone. Get yours here.
- A special thank you to Chris Cogswell of the "Mad Scientist Podcast" for recording tonight's exit script.
- Project’s Exhibit 1: TIGHAR’s log of post-lost radio signals
- Project’s Exhibit 2: “The Post-Lost Radio Signals,” an analysis of the signals written by TIGHAR and released in 2018
- Project’s Exhibit 3: Selected entries from Betty Klenck’s diary
- Project’s Exhibit 4: TIGHAR Earhart Project Research Bulletin #82 - “The Bevington Object: What’s Past is Prologue.”
- Project’s Exhibit 5: Photos of Artifact 2-2-V-1.
- Project’s Exhibit 6: Photos of Artifact 2-3-V-2.
- Project’s Exhibit 7: Photos of USALite Flashlight.
- Project’s Exhibit 8: Photos and Analysis of the woman’s compact from Dr. Tom King’s Blog.
- Project’s Exhibit 9: Analysis of the Freckle Cream Jar from Dr. Tom King’s Blog.
- Project’s Exhibit 10: The Chater Report.
- Project’s Exhibit 11: Fred Hooven’s 1982 Report.
- Project’s Exhibit 12: 1940-41 Telegram Transcriptions including Gerald Gallagher’s Notations and Dr. D.W. Hoodless’s Report “The Bone Files” (TIGHAR, 1997).
- Project’s Exhibit 13: 1998 TIGHAR’s Analysis of Hoodless’s Report - “Amelia Earhart’s Bones and Shoes? Current Anthropological Perspectives on an Historical Mystery” (Burns, et al., 1998)
- Project’s Exhibit 14: 2015 Cross & Wright’s Response to the 1998 Analysis - “The Nikumaroro bones identification controversy: First-hand examination versus evaluation by proxy - Amelia Earhart found or still missing?” (Cross & Wright 2015)
- Project’s Exhibit 15: 2018 Jantz’s Response to Cross & Wright’s Analysis - “Amelia Earhart and the Nikumaroro Bones: A 1941 Analysis versus Modern Quantitative Techniques" (Jantz, 2018)
- Project’s Exhibit 16: Anthropology: The Four Subfields (Pearson, n.d.)
- Project’s Exhibit 17: Norwich City Crewman Analysis - “Lost Norwich City Crewmen: Potential Sources of the Human Remains Discovered on Gardner Island (now Nikumaroro Island) in 1940” (Kenton Spading, January 2019)
- Defense Exhibit 1: Sextant Box Analysis - “The Origin of the Nikumaroro Sextant Box” (Kada, October 2018)
- Defense Exhibit 2: “The World Flight, Second Attempt: The Final Flight; Part 1: Lae to Midpoint” (Dr. Randall S. Jacobson)
- Defense Exhibit 3: “Range Study Lockheed Electra Bimotor Airplane” (Kelly Johnson)
- Defense Exhibit 4: Statement by Ric Gillespie concerning fuel consumption.
- Defense Exhibit 5: Video of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan’s takeoff from Lae, New Guinea
- Defense Exhibit 6: Taphonomy and Coconut Crabs (TIGHAR’s Dr. Karen Burns, 2003)
ADDITIONAL SHOW NOTES
- What is FORDISC?
- DNA Preservation in Water - “Effects of Different Types of Water on the Degradation Rate of Human DNA in Bone and Tissue” (Graham & Adamowicz, 2014)
- “Silencing the Past: Power and the Production of History” (Trouillot, 1995)
- Methods in Identifying Skeletal Material - “New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification” (Latham, Bartelink, & Finnegan, 2018)
- Archaeological Documentation Methods - “Archaeology and Forensic Death Investigations” (Haglund, 2001)
- YouTube video on Taphonomy and Coconut Crabs
- TIGHAR Website
- TIGHAR Forum
- Tom King’s Website
- “The FBI Says Its Photo Analysis Is Scientific Evidence. Scientists Disagree.” (Ryan Gabrielson, ProPublica, Jan. 17, 2019).