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NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Three bone fragments found on a deserted South Pacific island are being analyzed to determine if they belong to Amelia Earhart— tests that could finally prove she died as a castaway after failing in her 1937 quest to to become the first woman to fly around the world
The remains turned up in May and June at what seemed to be an abandoned campsite near where native work crews found skeletal remains in 1940. The pieces appear to be from a cervical bone, a neck bone and a finger
Originally posted by tonypazzohome
amelia earhart... feh! got what was comin' to her, i say! she should have learned to navigate a kitchen and got lost there!
-kiiiidding ; P