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New Earhart Evidence?

New Earhart Evidence?

A bone fragment found on the uninhabited Pacific island of Kiribati may be the long-awaited evidence for what became of famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart, who disappeared while trying to circumnavigate the globe in 1937. Originally dismissed as merely a turtle bone, further investigation into the fragment suggests that it could be part of a human finger. The stunning find is part of a larger series of clues which make a strong case for Kiribati being Earhart's final destination nearly 75 years ago. More on the story here.

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