9 Replies to “Contest #563 Hint”

  1. Pass the custard! It’s Plum Pudding Island, where JFK and his crew members hid from the Japanese.

  2. 8°06’41.70″ S 156°54’23.53″ E
    2th August 1943: John F. Kennedy, was traveling through the Blackett Strait in the Solomon Islands, when it was rammed and sunk by the Japanese destroyer Amagiri.
    5th August 1943; John F. Kennedy and his crewmates from PT-109 were found by two Solomon Islands coastwatchers, Biuku Gasa and Eroni Kumana, who arrived at Nauru in a dugout canoe, and then paddled back to Olasana Island to bring rescuers

  3. Kasolo Island or Plum Pudding Island, Solomon Islands, where John F. Kennedy and the surviving members of the PT-109 first landed after the collision with a Japanese destroyer.
    Coordinates: 8.112932° S 156.905754° E

  4. Kennedy Island (colloquially known as Plum Pudding Island, though the local name is Kasolo Island)
    Solomon Islands
    8°6′46″S 156°54′20″E

  5. Kasolo Island, Solomon Islands

    8°06’45.93″S 156°54’21.29″E

    It was later USA president John F. Kenedy who spent an involuntary night here.

  6. Kasolo Island, Solomon Islands

    8°06’45.93″S 156°54’21.29″E

    It was the later USA president John F. Kennedy who spent an involuntary night here.

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