Amelia Earheart Did Not Succumb To A Plane Crash But To Hunger – New Theory


Amelia Earheart is dubbed as the “pioneer of the sky” who crashed into the deep sea but another theory sprung up to change the entire history.

As the song “Someday We’ll Know” lyrics say: “Whatever happened to Amelia Earhart? Who holds the stars up in the sky? Is true love just once in a lifetime?”.

The entire human history tells that Earheart, the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, succumbed to a plane crash when her plan plunged into the Pacific Ocean while she attempted to circle the Earth.

But a new theory has just sprung up, suggesting that there is an entire chapter in Amelia’s life that history ignores and that she did not die braced in her pilot seat but as a ‘castaway’.

Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart looks through the cockpit of her plane.

Historians have just realized that the death of Earheart was caused by the plane crash and that her remains were lost to the deep waters.

But the International Group of Historians Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) reveals a new theory, suggesting that the remains of a castaway found on the island of Nikumaroro in Kiribati in 1940 may belong to Earhart.

The set of human bones were initially dismissed by British authorities, who thought the bones belonged to a male person.

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