I’ve always been fascinated with the disappearance of aviator Amerlia Earhart. She and her navigator, Fred Noonan, disappeared somewhere over the Pacific in 1937. Although there have been hundreds of leads and theories, her disappearance remains one of the great aviation mysteries. Well, a photograph discovered in the U.S. National Archives may add weight to the theory that Amelia Earhart survived a landing in the Marshall Islands and was taken captive by the Japanese.
The photo shows a picture of a woman who appears to be Amelia Earhart and a man that looks like Fred Noonan, after their crash, according to a History Channel special dubbed Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence, which airs Sunday. The photo and other details that point to Earhart’s capture by the Japanese are detailed in the two-hour special. Here’s a quick video the History Channel has put together on the special. I will be watching!
Source and Photo: people.com