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Earhart and The Swindell Study [1997-2020; copyright
registrations: TXu 1-915-926 &
TXu 2-061-539] marks an Investigative Journalist's
forensic research evaluation combined with a human comparison analysis. The Study was orchestrated by Tod Swindell, an independent
researcher who developed a consuming interest in the facts attributed to Amelia Earhart's disappearance and missing
person case. The complete Study consists of over ten-thousand pages and features rare documents, analytical text, photographs,
human comparisons, maps, charts, and past-obscured but again revisited investigative research findings. The condensed Protecting Earhart MSS
features 415 total pages; 110 of which contain logistical and visual elements drawn
from the 'Amelia to Irene' Comparison Analysis. The Swindell Study elaborates on--and plainly exhibits Amelia Earhart's ongoing existence after
World War Two with the re-purposed
name of, 'Irene O'Crowley Craigmile.' (Surname of 'Bolam' added in 1958.) It also examined the post-war 'let's move on' logic that left the general public
out of the loop of Amelia's ongoing existence with a different name. Simply put, Amelia Earhart was declared 'dead in
absentia' in 1939, and the intention after the war, as co-endorsed by the former Amelia Earhart herself and her only sibling, her sister, Muriel,
was for it to always remain that way. The complete Study is available for review on a selective basis.