Welcome to Thirteen Bones

On July 2, 1937, nearing the end of a flight around the world, aviation pioneers Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific. Despite a massive search, they were never found. Their fate remains a mystery to this day. Read more

About Tom King

Tom King is an archaeologist, consultant, teacher and writer, who has worked since the late 1980s with The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery’s (TIGHAR’s) Amelia Earhart project – doing archaeological research on Nikumaroro, the island where colonists in 1940 found thirteen human bones that may well have been Earhart’s. Read more

Excerpt from the Book

The face of death was purple. With beady red eyes on stalks, a dark, shiny lump between them that resembled a nose but wasn’t, wiggling feelers on top, a bulbous body trail­ing along behind. “Bigger than my head,” she thought mildly, and shifted her eyes – aware of the effort – to examine the creature’s huge, battered pincers. Read more

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ISBN: 9781608441853
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