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What do you think happened to Amelia Earhardt?

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What do you think happened to Amelia Earhardt?


9 Responses to “What do you think happened to Amelia Earhardt?”


  1. 1
    Darryl Raby says:

    She appears to have crash landed on a remote atoll, survived the landing & later died. Archaeological evidence is appealing yet not a slam dunk.

  2. 2
    Chuck says:

    She probably got lost and ran out of gas, but with a dork like Fred Noonan for a navigator anything is possible.
    I hope they find the real truth someday in my lifetime.

  3. 3
    Dave E. says:

    Captured and eventually killed by the Japanese.

  4. 4
    Mike H. says:

    I'm inclined to believe she was captured by the Japanese & excecuted.

  5. 5
    Charlie N. says:

    She's alive and well and has been in charge of airline schedules in this country for decades.

  6. 6
    Chuck says:

    'Way to go, Mike H. I think we need more humor and you hit the nail on the head.
    Chuck

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    cary lorang says:

    , her plane did go down but did not crash. a water landing did occur close to an island. the plane sat on the edge of a reef then sunk after a couple days from waves hitting it. when they find the plane it will amaze everyone of it's location.. they need to look south west of howland island

  8. 8
    lee says:

    RAN INTO STRONG HEAD -WINDS AND RAN OUT OF FUEL

    MADE A SEA LANDING<< FROM THERE WHO KNOWS <<

  9. 9
    Dell says:

    At last! Someone who undreastdns! Thanks for posting!



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