Amelia Earhart: Island bones 'likely' belonged to famed pilot

Ever since she disappeared while attempting a round-the-world flight in 1937, people have wondered what became of American aviator Amelia Earhart. Now, a new forensic analysis of bones previously found on a South Pacific island is claimed to indicate that they were almost certainly hers... Continue Reading Amelia Earhart mystery may be solved, says scientist Category: Science Tags: Forensics History University of Tennessee Related Articles: Boas create a snake curtain in rare coordinated hunt Taking "active breaks" boosts worker energy Brain-computer interface enables "locked-in" brain stroke sufferer to communicate In pictures: Top ten green buildings in the US Super fast laser could improve brain cancer treatment Gold nanoparticle could allow powerful

Amelia Earhart: Island bones 'likely' belonged to famed pilot

A new study claims the remains discovered on a Pacific island are a 99% match with the explorer.

Thu 8 Mar 18 from BBC News

Amelia Earhart mystery may be solved, says scientist

Ever since she disappeared while attempting a round-the-world flight in 1937, people have wondered what became of American aviator Amelia Earhart. Now, a new forensic analysis of bones ...

Thu 8 Mar 18 from Gizmag

Amelia Earhart's Final Resting Place

Wed 7 Mar 18 from Discover Magazine

We Just Got One More Clue About Amelia Earhart’s Final Resting Place

Bones found in 1940 on Nikumaroro Island may indeed be hers

Wed 7 Mar 18 from TIME

Researcher: New forensic analysis indicates bones were Amelia Earhart's

Bone measurement analysis indicates that the remains found on a remote island in the South Pacific were likely those of legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart, according to a UT researcher.

Wed 7 Mar 18 from Phys.org

Bones Discovered in 1940 Could Have Been Amelia Earhart’s

A new forensic analysis suggests that skeletal remains found on a remote island belonged to the famous pilot.

Thu 8 Mar 18 from National Geographic

Did Amelia Earhart Perish on the Pacific Island of Nikumaroro?

A forensic anthropologist says he's 99 percent sure bones found on this Pacific Island belong to the lost Amelia Earhart.

Thu 8 Mar 18 from Livescience

Scientists say bones found in Pacific island belong to Amelia Earhart

No one knows anymore where these bones are.

Thu 8 Mar 18 from ZME Science

Mystery bones likely belonged to Amelia Earhart, says study - CNET

The enigma of aviator Amelia Earhart's disappearance gets a new twist with a forensic analysis of bones discovered decades ago on a Pacific island.

Wed 7 Mar 18 from CNET

Island bones '99% likely' to be Amelia Earhart's, says expert

Aviator Amelia Earhart disappeared somewhere over the Pacific Ocean during an attempted round-the-world flight in 1937.

Wed 7 Mar 18 from Daily Mail

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