Amelia Earhart disappeared while attempting to circumnavigate the globe in 1937. One theory proposes that her remains were carted off and eaten by the world’s biggest land-dwelling arthropod: coconut crabs.
Animals November 14, 2017
A pair of Amelia Earhart fans named Brad Meltzer and Ellen Kooijman have designed a mini-LEGO set featuring the famous pilot and her plane. With enough public support, their kit might make it to a store near you.
Movies/TV Shows March 24, 2016
A buried moon crater detected by a NASA spacecraft has been named for aviation pioneer Earhart. The giant 124-mile-wide crater was mostly hidden by later impacts, researchers say.
March 17, 2015
An old Miami Herald photo hinted that a sheet of aluminum discovered in Nikumaroro island in 1991 was part of Amelia Earhart's Electra plane.
Society October 31, 2014
A piece of metal was recovered in 1991 that a group called TIGHAR suspected belonged to Amelia Earhart's airplane. Now, the team has evidence that strongly links the aluminum sheet to Earhart's plane.
October 30, 2014
A fragment believed to be a part of Amelia Earhart's missing plane suggests the aviator may have become stranded on a remote island after an emergency landing.
Internet Culture October 30, 2014
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