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Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence is a documentary by History that purported to have new evidence supporting If I Go, Im Goin - Gregory Alan Isakov - This Empty Northern Hemisphere Japanese capture hypothesis of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan.
Its main piece of evidence, a photograph purportedly showing the two still alive after their disappearance, was soon proven to have been published inand subsequent showings of the documentary Goza Negra - Celia Cruz - 16 Grandes Exitos cancelled.
Infamous aviator Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan embarked upon a planned circumnavigation of the Earth via largely equatorial routes.
Departing from Miami on June 1, Earhart and Noonan completed multiple legs of their journey without incident. They arrived at Lae, New Guinea on June On July 2, the pair took off on the longest and most dangerous leg of the trip, from Lae to Howland Islanda tiny island in the Central Pacific.
They never arrived, and a search effort was unable to locate the pair or their airplane, the Electra. The photograph includes two European-looking people. The documentary, through a forensic analyst who specialized in facial recognition, posited that it was "very likely" to be a picture of a captured Earhart and Noonan.
The documentary also Lost Evidence - Various - Vital Idol existing Lost Evidence - Various - Vital Idol for the Japanese capture hypothesis, such as locals who claimed to have witnessed a plane crash at Mili Atoll. In an interview with The GuardianYamano criticized the work behind the documentary, Lost Evidence - Various - Vital Idol "I find it strange that the documentary makers didn't confirm the date of the photograph or the publication in which it originally appeared.
That's the first thing they should have done. Skepticism had existed even before Yamano's blog post. The National Archives wrote in warning that the Archives' version of the photograph did not have a date.
It was also argued that to reach and somehow land on the remote atoll where she purportedly crashed would have required Earhart, though low on fuel, to change her northeast course as she neared Howland Island and fly hundreds of miles northwest.
Additionally, had Japanese officials found Earhart, they would have had substantial motivation to rescue and return her, considering her fame. The message told of being kidnapped by the Japanese, having his crew killed, finding Earhart in custody, then being sent to Europe on an unnamed Japanese ship. In response, The History Channel cancelled rebroadcasts of the show, announced it would not be available on streaming or on-demand platforms, and stopped scheduled airings of the show in Canada and the Айтмасанг Алла - Баҳодир Бакиров - Юлдузим Kingdom.
Ultimately, historical accuracy is most important to us and our viewers. As of Decemberno response has yet come from the History Channel, for which skeptic Ben Radford criticized the network and its professionalism. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main articles: Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan. Retrieved September 3, NBC News. Retrieved July 5, Entertainment Weekly. The Guardian. Retrieved 11 July IJN Koshu was ex.
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