06 July 2017


Does this photo prove Amelia Earhart survived her final flight?

A newly unearthed photograph suggests that Amelia Earhart did not perish at sea back on July 2, 1937, when the famed female aviator vanished from the sky after sending a number of troubling transmissions.

It has long been believed that poor visibility and low gas levels caused the plane to crash in the waters near Howland Island that day, claiming the lives of the 39-year-old pilot and her navigator Fred Noonan. (Article at NZHerald

The image (below) is believed to have been taken in 1937, the same year that Earhart went missing in the vicinity of the island chain.

It is a bittersweet discovery however, as the photograph also confirms the long-held belief that Earhart was captured by the Japanese and held as a prisoner of war, this according to experts who will appear on the History special Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence, airing this Sunday. (see Daily Mail page that seems not to have those awful pics)

HISTORY: Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence Page About and
Preview Video below

The disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan on July 2, 1937 is one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of all time. Now, 80 years later, former FBI Executive Assistant Director Shawn Henry investigates new, astonishing evidence behind the disappearance of America’s first female aviator in HISTORY®’s two-hour special 

“Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence”, premiering Sunday, July 9 at 9PM ET/PT.

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