Was Amelia Earheart's plane ever found?
no it wasn't because it probably sunk to the bottom of the ocean or it was found by a mysterious group of people that will not be found.
Amelia Earhart gained fame and success when she became the first woman aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Amelia Earhart also became infamous in death. She was attempting a flight around the world in 1937 when her plane vanished. Neither Ms. Earhart nor her plane were ever found. To this day, there has never been any conclusive evidence as to what happened to her.
Amelia Earhart disappeared in the Pacific Ocean, while on the way to Howland Island. Her plane mysteriously vanished during her 1937 attempt to fly around the world. To this day, despite many theories, neither she nor her navigator (Fred Noonan) nor their plane have ever been found. Amelia Earhart disappeared in 1937 during an attempt to make a circumnavigational flight of the globe in in a Purdue-funded Lockheed Model 10 Electra, Earhart disappeared over the…
No. One report on TV said they only found a shoe. Maybe a small piece of metal that could have been from any Japanese airplane that crashed during WW2. I believe I heard a report just a few years ago that a piece of metal was found that was "almost certainly" from the cover of her navigator, Fred Noonan's, log book.
Very recently, the remains of what well may be MS Earhart's plane were discovered on the South Pacific Island, Presumably, she and her navigator, Fred Noonan both died. Bits of what almost must be her airplane have been found on an island. It is now presumed that she landed her Lockheed Electra airplane on an island, where she and Noonan starved to death.
It is believed so: when Earhart's plane disappeared, she had last been heard about 100 miles off Howland Island in the Pacific, on 2 July 1937. As to her fate: Speculation has been rife over the years regarding what happened to Amelia Earhart. The usual conspiracy theories and alien abduction theories have abounded. Some have claimed Earhart was captured in the South Pacific Mandate area by the Japanese and interned for a number of years…