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Researchers plan to visit an uninhabited island in the Pacific next spring to search for clues that they hope will solve one of history's most enduring mysteries: the fate of aviator Amelia Earhart.
Researchers with the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery, which goes by the name Tighar, are slated to go to Nikumaroro Island, about 1,800 miles south of Hawaii, in May and June to retrieve the personal effects of a castaway who died there, ABC News reported.
lol yeah i read it. i just meant i would think they would have found something sooner.
Originally posted by MessOnTheFED!
oh but they have stumbled upon a wreck!!!!! a small island about 1800 miles south of hawaii or did you not read the OP???? LMao. just kiddin man.. that is some awesome stuff rite there.. probably could close a couple of conspiracy theorys with that.