Amelia Earhart’s Plane Found? Aircraft recovery group thinks so

Could one of aviation’s most enduring mysteries finally be solved?

An aircraft recovery group believes it may have cracked the case of the Amelia Earhart mystery. The International Historic Aircraft Recovery Group says a piece of metal recovered from an uninhabited atoll in the Pacific Ocean back in 1991 may be from the Lockheed Electra.

The group believes the piece of aluminum is likely the patch Earhart put on her plane in place of a window. The patch had a distinctive shape, size and “pattern of rivets” that was unique to the aircraft.

The group also believes a sonar anomaly detected at a depth of 600 feet off the west end of the island may be Earhart’s missing plane.

Aircraft recovery group believes it’s cracked the Amelia Earhart mystery |


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