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Thursday, July 6, 2017

New photographic evidence may mean Amelia Earhart survived her plane crash

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Because the internet loves a good conspiracy theory (who doesn’t?), this new, wild one about beloved aviator Amelia Earhart is blowing everyone’s minds. A black-and-white image obtained by the History Channel suggests that Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan actually survived their circumnavigation around the globe. But, we’re just a bit skeptical. Earhart and Noonan’s 29,000-mile flight, which departed on July 2, 1937, was cut short during the final stretch when the two mysteriously disappea.  show all text
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