The Disappearance Of Amelia Earhart's Innocence

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The disappearance of Amelia Earhart is one of the most intriguing mysteries of all time. It is incredible that one day someone could just vanish into thin air without a trace and never be seen or heard from again. Amelia has left many itching to know what truly happened to her, but unfortunately this mystery is left unknown to the world. There have been quite a few theories of what people think have happened to her, some may seem silly but others can seem convincing. After researching and thinking of what happened to her, I came up with my theory. I believe that the evidence of Amelia Earhart’s disappearance shows that the only logical explanation to her vanishing is that she crashed onto an island and eventually died there because there were signs of evidence on the Island, no signs of her being captured by the Japanese and it is said to be that she ran out fuel. To begin, over the years there have been many valid pieces of evidence that helped to prove that Amelia must have crashed on an Island. For example, “In May 2012, investigations found a jar of freckle cream that some believe could have belonged to…show more content…
Some say Amelia didn’t have enough fuel to begin with. For example, “The fact that there were so many issues creating difficulties lead investigators to the conclusion that the plane simply ran out of fuel some 35 to 100 miles off the coast of Howland Island”(Biography). If Earhart crashed only 35 miles from Howland, that makes it possible for her to float to the Island. Another source says, “Investigations concluded that the Electra aircraft was not fully fueled”(Biography). Since they believe the Electra was not fully fueled, that'd have to mean that she would run out of fuel eventually. Lastly, “I heard all the Earhart transmission. he said. She stated the fuel was low”(Gillmore). This proves that Amelia, herself, said they were running out of fuel. The only conclusion is that she eventually ran

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