It Is Likely That Dozens Of People Heard Amelia Earhart’s Chilling Distress Calls

According to a new paper, dozens of people from across the world heard the final pleas made by Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, after they crashed their plane in 1937. On July 2, 1937, after Earhart and Noonan’s plane disappeared, an “all ships, all stations” bulletin was issued and authorities asked “anyone with […]

Amelia Earhart: Found Bones Nearly A 100 Percent Match As Barbie Unveils Doll Inspired By Lost Aviator

The case of Amelia Earhart “has been cracked,” according to a new report. Meanwhile, Barbie also recently announced a doll in honor of the late American aviator. The Daily Mail reported on Wednesday that found bones from nearly 80 years ago are now said to be a 99 percent match for Amelia Earhart. According to […]

Amelia Earhart: The History Channel’s New Theory On The Ill-Fated Pilot Debunked

The History Channel created a new special about the ill-fated pilot Amelia Earhart, presenting an all new theory and offering evidence that the first female pilot to fly around the world had been captured by the Japanese military. Amelia Earhart was last seen on July 2, 1937 and has never been seen since that fateful […]

Amelia Earhart Special Offers Disturbing New Theory You Won’t Want To Miss

Amelia Earhart’s fate may not have been as uneventful as living her final days out on a deserted island in front of a campfire with her faithful companion and navigator Fred Noonan. This has been one of the leading theories as to how Earhart and Noonan’s lives ended, that is until now. A new documentary […]

Amelia Earhart Was Captured By Japanese After Crash-Landing, Documentary Claims Photographic Evidence

A newly discovered photograph that shows a woman resembling Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, on a dock in the Marshall Islands, suggests that the famous aviatrix and her navigator survived crash-landing in 1937, a team of investigators for a new History Channel documentary has claimed. The photo, marked “Jaluit Atoll,” one of the […]

Amelia Earhart 80-Year Mystery: Did Dog-Sized Coconut Crabs On Nikumaroro Island Scatter Remains?

Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan are believed to have lived their final days out on Nikumaroro Island, which is a small, deserted, and very remote island in the Pacific Ocean. This has been one of the leading theories since Amelia Earhart disappeared 80 years ago today. Nikumaroro Island was near enough to Earhart’s […]

Amelia Earhart Bones Possibly Discovered On Remote Nikumaroro Island, New Evidence Suggests

New research from The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) suggests that the partial skeleton of a castaway found on the Pacific island of Nikumaroro in 1941 may have been the remains of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, Live Science reports. Nikumaroro is a coral atoll in the Pacific island republic of Kiribati. Though the […]

Amelia Earhart: Bones Discovered On Nikumaroro, Kiribati, Could Belong To Missing Pilot

Amelia Earhart’s bones were reportedly discovered on the island of Nikumaroro, Kiribati. The theory, which was announced by the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery, suggests the missing pilot did not perish in a plane crash as previously assumed. Instead, TIGHAR believes Earhart “spent days — maybe months” living as a castaway on the island. […]

Were Bones Believed To Be Amelia Earhart Found On Gardner Island?

New information is turning the story of what happened to Amelia Earhart on its ear, and experts think it is now possible that Earhart didn’t die in a plane crash, but rather as a castaway on Gardner Island in Kiribati. The bones were initially found in 1940, but modern methods are telling us more about […]

New Amelia Earhart Footage Unearthed, But It Doesn’t Capture Aviatress Before Doomed Flight

As researchers comb the Pacific island where she may have spent her final days, new footage of Amelia Earhart has emerged after 80 years in hiding. The new footage was shot the same year she departed for her fateful flight, but whether or not it actually captures the pilot mere days before is up for […]

Could This Expedition To Amelia Earhart’s Island Refuge Solve Haunting, 78-Year-Old Mystery?

The scene is harrowing. A famous young aviator, Amelia Earhart, and her navigator Fred Noonan are stranded on an isolated, uninhabited island in the South Pacific, clinging to life. They build a camp, perhaps wait for rescue. But in truth, no one knows where they are. One day, they watch as Earhart’s famous Lockheed Electra […]

New Search For Missing Amelia Earhart’s Plane Planned

A new search for the missing plane of Amelia Earhart will be conducted next month. The International Group For Historic Aircraft Recovery have confirmed that they will make a return expedition to Nikumaroro, which is located in the Pacific ocean, as they search for further evidence of Earhart’s aircraft. The team will consist of 14 […]

Amelia Earhart Took Flight 80 Years Ago Today: Why Did She Vanish Into History?

Amelia Earhart once said, “Women, like men, should try to do the impossible. And when they fail, their failure should be a challenge to others.” Eighty years ago today, Earhart took flight on a dangerous quest: To become the first person, man or woman, to complete a solo flight over any part of the Pacific […]

Amelia Earhart Plane Debris Identified, Pilot’s Mysterious Death Can Finally Be Explained

The circumstances surrounding Amelia Earhart’s mysterious death are beginning to become clearer, almost 70 years after her disappearance. On 2 July, 1937 Earhart disappeared over the Pacific Ocean as she tried to fly around the world at the equator. Back in 1991 a large piece of aluminum was found on Nikumaroro, which is an uninhabited […]

Another Amelia Earhart Completes Namesake’s Mission

There is another Amelia Earhart taking to the skies these days, and she just completed the mission that her namesake originally tackled. This Amelia, who is 31, posted about her proud accomplishment via Twitter and many followed along with her hashtag “#flywithamelia.” The original Earhart, of course, went missing in 1937 as she attempted to […]

New Evidence May Reveal Fate Of Amelia Earhart

A newly uncovered photo of Amelia Earhart’s famous Lockheed Electra has revealed a heretofore unknown detail about the ill-fated aviator’s final flight, and one researcher claims that it may finally solve the mystery of Earhart’s disappearance. Earhart, along with co-pilot Fred Noonan, vanished during an attempted round-the-world flight on July 2nd, 1937. Accepted wisdom has […]

Amelia Earhart To Attempt Flight Around The World (No, Not THAT Amelia Earhart)

Amelia Earhart of today is going to attempt the flight around the world that did not end so well for her namesake decades ago. Amelia Earhart 2.0, as The Inquisitr has previously referred to her, is actually Amelia Rose Earhart of Denver, Colorado. The former traffic reporter at KUSA-TV 9 left Thursday (June 26) from […]

Aviation Mysteries: Malaysia Airlines MH370 Is Not Alone

As the days go on and the aviation mystery that has become Malaysia Airlines MH370 continues to be unsolved, we cannot help, but think of past disasters that either went unsolved or took decades to find a resolution. We still don’t know what exactly happened when the ill-fated Malaysian airliner went missing more than a […]

Malaysia Airlines Flight Is Not The First Plane To Vanish Without Trace

With speculation rife about what has REALLY happened to the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, it should be noted that vanishing aircraft are not a new or unique phenomenon. Since the beginning of aviation history, planes have disappeared without any explanation. In some instances wreckage was subsequently discovered, but many have vanished without trace. In the […]

Amelia Earhart Lawsuit: Judge Denies Claims

The Amelia Earhart lawsuit will continue. However, US District Judge Scott Skavdahl tossed two of the claims. The federal judge dismissed claims that defendants are guilty of racketeering and negligence. Timothy Mellon filed the lawsuit against the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery of Delaware. He claims the defendants charged him over $1 million to […]

Amelia Earhart 2.0: Relative To Retrace Ill-Fated Ancestor’s Historic Flight

Amelia Earhart is preparing to fly around the world, and this time, ideally not precipitate one of the modern era’s most enduring unsolved mysteries. Amelia Earhart is related to that Amelia Earhart, and undeniably inspired by the mark left by her famous relative on womankind and world history. All of us learned as little girls […]

Amelia Earhart To Fly Around The World

Amelia Earhart is preparing to fly around the world. And no, that sentence isn’t from 1937, Amelia Rose Earhart, a 30-year-old TV weather anchor in Colorado who was named after the famous pilot, will embark on an around-the-world journey starting in June of 2014. The trip will begin in Oakland California, will include 14 stops, […]

Amelia Earhart Plane: Group Denies 2010 Discovery

Amelia Earhart was an aviation pioneer who became the first female pilot to make a solo-flight across the Atlantic Ocean, but in 1937 she disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean during a flight around the globe. Now a Delaware aircraft preservation group is denying claims from a Wyoming man that says the missing plane was […]

Amelia Earhart’s Plane Possibly Found In Pacific

The search for Amelia Earhart may finally be over. Researchers have found a field of debris near a small island in the Pacific and believe that the wreckage may be from the famed aviator’s plane. The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery searched the area in June but ended their expedition with more questions than […]

Amelia Earhart Search Ends With More Questions Than Answers

Fans of Amelia Earhart were hoping to celebrate the legendary pilot’s 115th birthday with photos of her long-lost plane. Unfortunately, the search for aviation pioneer who disappeared 75-years-ago over the Pacific Ocean didn’t yield any groundbreaking results. The Earhart Project wrote on its website: “As is usually the case with field work, we’re coming home […]

Amelia Earhart 75th Anniversary Brings About New Search

Today marks the 75th anniversary of Amelia Earhart’s disappearance and in celebration of her infamous voyage the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) have set out once again to search for Earhart’s plane known as the Electra. The group is traveling to the Pacific Ocean to search for the aircraft at Nikumaroro, an island […]

Amelia Earhart Mystery: Robots To Join Search For Missing Pilot’s Plane

Amelia Earhart’s disappearance has been a mystery for decades, ever since the pioneer’s plane disappeared during her around the world flight in 1937. Discovery reports that the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) believes that Earhart’s Lockheed Electra landed on a reef of the atoll formerly called Gardiner Island, where it stayed for several […]

Amelia Earhart: Jar Of Freckle Cream Could Be Latest Clue To Solving Mystery

The Amelia Earhart mystery has confused the world for decades, with no viable clues as to what became of the female aviator who took off for a flight around the equator with her navigator Fred Noonan in 1937. The Daily Mail reports that researchers from the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) announced that […]

Amelia Earhart Mystery: New Clue Uncovered By Investigators

The disappearance of Amelia Earhart 75 years ago remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of American aviation. On July 2, 1937, Earhart, her navigator Fred Noonan and her Lockheed Electra all disappeared on a trans-Pacific flight. Pilot, navigator and plane have all remained missing since. However, investigators think they may have uncovered evidence of […]