Amelia Earhart: Does a blurry photo prove she died a Japanese prisoner?

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Amelia Earhart: Does a blurry photo prove she died a Japanese prisoner?

Post by Pete » Thu Jul 06, 2017 8:08 am

A newly discovered photo suggests legendary US pilot Amelia Earhart might have died in Japanese custody - and not in a plane crash in the Pacific.

If true it would solve one of aviation history's biggest mysteries.

Earhart vanished during a 1937 flight over the Pacific - and her mystery disappearance has been a breeding ground for speculation ever since.

A photograph from the 1930s shows a figure that could be her, taken on the then-Japanese Marshall Islands.

Yet as the latest clue is no more than that, it will likely only add to the confusion rather than solve it.

The new material presented as fresh evidence for an old theory is a black-and-white photograph found in the vaults of the US National Archives. --------->>>>>more

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40515754
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