nothing but the truth about Amellia Earhart. It has existed as a World Wide Web internet website since 2007. Although periodically
shouted down by naysayers, it has never been overchallenged. It features researcher, Tod Swindell's first ever embarked on,
"Comprehensive Forensic Analysis and Forensic Comparison Study" that, 1.) Proved more than one person used the same
'Irene' identity. 2.) Displayed the head-to-toe and character-traits congruence the Joseph A. Gervais 1965 recognized "Irene
Bolam" shared with Amelia Earhart. 3.) Proved the Joseph A. Gervais 1965 recognized "Irene Bolam" appeared
nowhere identified as 'Irene' prior to the mid-1940s, ultimately concluding against the grain fo conventional knowledge, that
she and Amelia Earhart marked the same physical human being in younger and older forms going by different names.
Tod Swindell's forensic analysis endeavor
was initiated in 1997, and first received national notice in 2002. His original titled manuscript, Protecting Earhart:
The Beautiful Alter Ego and Silent Legacy of History's Most Famous Flying Heroine has been housed and registered at the
Writers Guild of America West since 2004, #1033972, and was ultimately copyrighted after several revisions and updates in
2014, # TXu 1-915-926. It was again copyrighted in 2017 with additional combined elements from the forensic study newly
inserted, # TXu 2-061-539. For
subsidiary-rights inquiries e-mail George Brunt Esq. at Georgeb@leehates.com
Irene-Amelia.com is dedicated
to the past tireless efforts of the late USAF Major Joseph A. Gervais [1924-2005] and the late USAF Col. Rollin C. Reineck
[1920-2007], two World War Two heroes who began expounding on the 'Amelia became Irene' truth decades ago. A major thank you
goes to Tod Swindell's chief collaborative partner, Lost Star author, Randall Brink, who worked directly with Joseph
Gervais for well over a decade before intorducing Tod Swindell to him in 1996. A thanks also goes out to pilot-author, Ann
Holtgren Pellegreno, who supplied additional 'Irene' photo data and handwritten letters for the study, that along with much
similar data Joseph Gervais and Rollin Reineck forwarded Tod's way as transferred from a 1970s good friend of Mrs. Bolam's,
the late Diana Dawes. All of these elements combined enabled the study to reach its reality based conclusion. Thanks as well
to former CIA operative, Bazzell Baz, who provided much insight to this Earhart truth seeking endeavor when it was
first getting underway in Santa Monica, CA in the mid-1990s.
Joseph A. Gervais, who is still considered by many to have been the
most knowledgeable Amelia Earhart investigative researcher ever to pursue the truth, first asserted the Irene-Amelia reality
in 1965. The controversial 1970 McGraw-Hill book by Joe Klaas, Amelia Earhart Lives delved into the enormous amount of
Joe Gervais' investigative research and displayed the first nationally published photo of Mrs. Irene Bolam, AKA the Gervais-Irene,
FKA 'Amelia Earhart.'
From Tod Swindell: "Regardless of the fallout caused by Amelia
Earhart Lives after 1970, my good friends, Major Gervais and Colonel Reineck spent the remaining decades of their lives
working to better advance the reality of Amelia Earhart's name-changed survival to authenticity, after enduring their own
long term evaluations of the existing evidence that supported it. Their efforts, but especially the decades old, never wavering
claim of Joseph A. Gervais, inspired me to orhestrate the forensic analysis that ultimately proved their long hel beliefs
correct. Colonel Reineck's book, Amelia Earhart Survived that was published in late 2003, and was driven by my
'newly embarked on' forensic comparison study. Portions of my study appeared in his book, although a more extensively display
of my material is seen here in Irene-Amelia.com. Colonel Reineck's book was also the first to credit my study for "proving"
how one of the Twentieth Century women who used the same 'Irene' identity had been previously known as Amelia Earhart."
Protecting Earhart, Beyond 37', and Irene-Amelia.com are the intellectual properties of Aether