Amelia Earhart and Her Lockheed Electra Aircraft

Forget Bigfoot—Could Sonar Anomaly be Amelia Earhart’s Lost Plane?

It’s been an urban legend almost 80 years in the making, that famous female aviator Amelia Earhart was marooned on an island in the South Pacific. And new evidence, including a fragment of her aircraft found and a sonar anomaly 600-feet underwater, may just hold the clues to unlock this decades old mystery.
The aluminum fragment found on Nikumaroro, which may be a piece from Amelia Earhart's plane.

Amelia Earhart’s Lost Plane May Have Been Found in the South Pacific

Amelia Earhart was the first female of her kind; in fact, she set records for it. As the first female aviator to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean alone, she made the headlines of the 1920’s. And now, almost a century later, she’s still making news as the mystery of her disappearance comes more into light. After decades of searching across the Pacific Ocean, nearest the equator, researchers revealed this week that they may have found a bit of Earhart’s wreckage from the plane she disappeared in.
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