A new forensic analysis may have solved the mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance. Previously misidentified bones found in the Pacific Islands in the 1940s due to the lack of development in forensic osteology could actually be those of the aviation pioneer.
Feature | Science March 9, 2018
Remains that were previously said to be that of a male are now said to be the remains of Amelia Earhart. The remains were originally found in 1940.
Viral March 8, 2018
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