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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The Great Mystery of Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart was a famous American aviation pioneer who disappeared over the Pacific Ocean July of 1937. While supposed dead by many others raise the possibility that she lived and was captured. No matter the truth it is true that Amelia Earhart left a lasting impression on the world.

Born on July 24th 1897 Amelia Mary Earhart would become famous when she would fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean on May 20th 1932. As the first woman pilot to complete such a journey she would inspire women for generations to come.

During her lifetime Amelia would accomplish many other acts as well. She would be a best selling author as she wrote about her flying experiences, help form an organization for women pilots known as the Ninety Nines, work at the Purdue University in the aviation department as a visiting faculty member. There she would counsel women on careers and help inspire others with her love of aviation.

Mrs. Earhart would also become involved in politics as she was a member of the National Woman's Party and supported Equal Rights Amendment.

The final flight of Amelia Earhart was one that is surrounded by mystery. During the record setting attempt to fly around the world on July 2nd, 1937 the plane would near Howell Island in the Pacific Ocean where weather conditions were less than ideal. Ships on the ground reported Earhart having difficulty finding the island, the radio would fade and die away and the plane would disappear never to be seen again. Whatever happened is yet still a mystery. What did happen?? Was it a conspiracy , did the plane simply crash because of weather issues or was it an alien abduction?? What do you think

The disappearance of Amelia Earhart's plane resulted in the largest search and rescue operation to date. It also sparked rumors as to what caused the disappearance. To this day, theories and speculation still exists about the cause of the disappearance. Some theories involve conspiracies, and even alien abductions.

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