The blogger exposed “sensational proof” that Aviator Amelia Earhart didn’t crash and was captured by the Japanese. He did it in half an hour
July 9 in the American History Channel showed a documentary about the disappearance of the famous pilot Amelia Earhart. It presented new evidence that in 1937, Earhart did not crash over the Pacific ocean, and was captured by the Japanese. As it turned out, this evidence could not stand a simple test.
At the beginning of July in the history of Amelia Earhart seemed to be a new turn. The authors of the documentary “the Lost evidence” reported that they found a photo that shed light on the fate of the pilots. According to experts, it proves that Earhart did not crash over the ocean in 1937, but died in Japanese captivity.
June 1, 1937, Earhart, along with Navigator Fred Noonan went round the world trip on a twin-engine plane, but disappeared over the Pacific ocean, it reached 11 thousand kilometers to the finish. The crew were waiting to refuel at tiny Howland island, where Earhart for a specially built runway, but the plane it never landed.
According to the official version, poor weather and an unstable radio connection is not allowed Earhart and nonane to detect an island in the ocean; the last message from them took on land was “Fly from the North to the South, can’t you see”. The search operation has not yielded any results, but for many decades there were different versions of what happened. In particular, in 1940, on an uninhabited Atoll Nickumaroro found items that could theoretically be the remains of Amelia Earhart, her personal belongings and plane.