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Bone found on Pacific island 'could belong to Amelia Earhart'

A tiny sliver of bone found on a remote Pacific atoll may finally solve the riddle of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, the pioneering pilot who vanished 73 years ago while attempting to circumnavigate the world close to the equator. ( More...

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Bogush 0
I really did, he was singing a hunk, a honk, a honk
chalet 0
Bogush, thank you for the tip, I just sent an E-mail to Tighar (;; about you incredible Elvis sighting.
Bogush 0
I just saw Elvis - driving his pink Cadillac down Yonge Street in Toronto, Ddecember 20, 2010 at 08:00 hrs
James Maugham 0
People support organized religions based on theories and claims that are just as far-fetched as anything proposed by TIGHAR, and it's completely legal.
chalet 0
They should put in the funny farm to all those TIGHAR jerks. For over a quarter of a century they have claimed that they know where Amelian Earhardt's remains and have supported the claims with terribly stupid theories, but in the process have collected millions of dollars from unsuspecting donnors. Is this legal?.
mayday319 0
Wheres CSI Miami when you need em
Toby Sharp 0
very interesting, one way or another.
Richard Rohrer 0
And it might not.
Ronnie Mc 0
Its amazing how a small piece of bone, can tell a big story!


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