What do you think happened to Amelia Earhart?
75 years ago this month Amelia Earhart and her navigator vanished and it created one of the hottest debated mysteries of our time. Some people say they simply crashed while other people say the Japanese executed Earhart and her navigator as American Spies. What do you think???
There is obviously NO correct answer to this question. As long as there are unsolved mysteries there will be multiple speculative explanations based on what each individual believes in as truth. Either explanation could be possible, or simply that they ran into a flock of birds that disabled their plane and they were lost to the sea, but that explanation is less romantic than others.
I believe she crashed into the water and swam to an island. She couldn't call for help and died a castaway.
I believe when she "missed" Howland Island her fate was sealed. She was low on fuel and....lost. Her last minutes would have been spent searching for Howland, while flying in a grid pattern, which she never found and with her fuel exhausted went down in the Pacific.
What happened to Amelia Earhart is a mystery but some people believe she crashed somewhere in the jungles of Papua New Guinea (PNG). The locals tell of stories of sighting plane wrecks in the jungle but none have been confirmed as Earhart’s.
I think she may have crashed somewhere out in the open ocean which is why they have not found her yet.
by Julianna 9 years ago
"Cold War Baby" had written an article on this documentary and interesting enough there is an abundance of fact and truth to what happened post 09/11 , what is disgusting is that our government killed our own people. If you get the time please review the video as it is an 1:29 minutes...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Bones found on island might be Amelia Earhart'sAP * Bones may be those of Amelia Earhart Slideshow:Bones may be those of Amelia EarhartBy SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press Sean Murphy, Associated Press – Sat Dec 18, 12:47 am ETNORMAN, Okla. – The three bone fragments turned up on a...
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