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  • 00:29
     
    #amelia earhart    #disappearance    #myths   
    The first woman to cross the Atlantic, and one of the most famous women in the world disappeared along with her navigator, Fred Noonan, while attempting to circumnavigate the globe at the equator amelia earhart disappearance myths
  • 00:59
     
    #amelia earhart    #early years   
    In 1928, Earhart became the first woman to cross the Atlantic, albeit as a passenger in a plane with two other pilots amelia earhart early years
  • 02:01
     
    #fly around the world    #flight path   
    This takes us to 1937, when Earhart set her sights on circling the globe, zigzagging along the Equator requiring long hauls over water fly around the world flight path
  • 04:15
     
    #howland island    #town of lae   
    She planned to stop 256 miles away on howland island to refuel. Harry Balfour, the radio operator for Guinea Airways in Lae set up a schedule for he and Earhart to send transmissions to each other once every hour town of lae
  • 05:42
     
    #howland island    #out of fuel   
    Believed that the experienced pilot earhart would have realized the problem with the headwinds by this point. As they neared howland island, the plane was likely down to a last 97 gallons tank of fuel ... In one of her last transmissions, Earhart told the Itasca, quote, "We must be on you, but cannot see you," end quote. She radio quote, "Gas is running low" out of fuel
  • 07:06
     
    #US Battleship Colorado    #search   
    On July 7, five days later, the US Battleship Colorado began to search the waters to the southeast
  • 07:31
     
    #theory    #theory    #amelia earhart    #disappearance   
    theories. The first theory is perhaps the most widely accepted theory, that Earhart's plane ran out of gas, and she and Noonan died when they crashed into the ocean northwest of their destination amelia earhart disappearance
  • 08:03
     
    #nauticos    #pacific ocean    #electra   
    From 2002 until March 2017, a company called nauticos teamed up with other groups to search a nearly 2,000-square nautical mile area of the pacific ocean floor, where Earhart's electra may have sunk
  • 08:41
     
    #theory    #gardner island    #nikumaroro    #gerald gallagher    #castaways   
    The second theory is that Earhart became a castaway on gardner island, now called nikumaroro, roughly 350 nautical miles south of Howland Island ... a British Colonial Officer named gerald gallagher found the remains of a campsite on the island castaways
  • 14:59
     
    #theory    #spy    #marshall islands    #irene bolam   
    The third theory, championed by Rollin C. Reineck, a retired US Air Force colonel is that Earhart was in cahoots with the US government and was indeed a spy ... the US government would be able to perform reconnaissance in the marshall islands irene bolam
  • 18:55
     
    #theory    #alien   
    Which brings us to our fourth and final theory, that Earhart may have made contact with alien life forms, either by accident or knowingly, and in collusion with the US government

The Odd Vanishing of Amelia Earhart

What truly happened to the famed aviator? BuzzFeed’s hit docuseries Unsolved True Crime follows conspiracy theory enthusiast Ryan as he deep-dives into the mysteries surrounding the most notorious unsolved crimes in history, in order to convince his dubious friend Shane that sometimes, the evidence isn’t always as it seems.






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