|:: These last few years elapsed since 1947 have not been kind... I now make my final entry in this singular diary.
The fact that The Writer uses the words SINGULAR DIARY seals this as a fraud.
Firstly, How did he get his diary back from his superiors after they banned him from communicating the events to the public ?
Surely they would have confiscated the diary and any and all physical evidence given by the master to Byrd.
Such is military procedure.
Take everything - deny all - have lunch.
If it was a singular diary, then it could not have been a copy and therefore the time lines (as stated) are incorrect.
Why has no one picked up on this staggering fact.
Admiral Byrd was RETIRED from the Navy when he supposedly made this last entry yet The Writer forgets to write (Ret) after his name. As well as Rear Admiral.
These last few years elapsed since 1947 have not been kind
This is a complete lie.
Up until approx 1 year before his death, Admiral Byrd was gainfully employed by the Navy doing adventurous stuff, for example;
From February 1955 to February 1956, Byrd led Phase I of Operation Deep Freeze to the Antarctic. (although he may have been referring his prostate)
Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, USN, (Retired)
The photograph on the right was taken after his year-long trip to Antarctia for the Navy's participation in Operation Deep Freeze from February 1955 to February 1956 and in planning the United States Antarctic Program for the International Geophysical Year (1957-1958).
Photograph was received on 13 March 1956. Original photo and others available from the US Navy Archive and Records Dept.