A new documentary "Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence," airing Sunday, July 9, proposes Earhart didn't die without a trace 80 years ago.
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NEW YORK: The photo is haunting.Is this Amelia Earhart, the world-famous aviator, witnessed after her mysterious disappearance while attempting the first round-the-world flight 80 years ago this month?The film argues that after the pair crash-landed in the Japanese-held Marshall Islands, they were picked up by the Japanese military and that Earhart, perhaps presumed to be a U.S. spy, was held prisoner.It is judged authentic, and likely to be Earhart and Noonan.The film also displays plane parts found in an uninhabited island of the Marshall Islands by Earhart investigator Dick Spink that are consistent with the aircraft that Earhart was flying on her round-the-world attempt. It hears from the last living eyewitness who claims to have seen Earhart and Noonan after their crash.
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