Unsolved Mysteries Research Task: Amelia Earhart
For hundreds of years, people continuously tried to solve one of aviation's most stupendous unsolved mysteries. Whether Amelia Earhart survived or not still remains undiscovered. In 1928, Amelia Earhart became the first woman pilot to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. She was as happy as a cat receiving a basket of yarn! This motivated Earhart to fly around the world! "Women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be a challenge to others," Amelia quoted. Did she survive or did she die in the Pacific Ocean? Although many researchers believe that Amelia Earhart died, nobody remains, no potential wreckage, and evidence of a landed place prove that this courageous pilot survived her worldwide journey. After meticulously analyzing each piece of evidence, it is evident that this tenacious woman pilot survived her flight around the world.
First and foremost, potential plane wreckage was never found, which makes nonbelievers see the mystery in a whole new perspective. Additionally, the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (otherwise known as TIGHAR) conducted the investigation for 2. 2 million dollars. As a result, they were disappointed that they didn't find any plane remains. Afterward, a marine biologist thought she saw a piece of Amelia's plane, Electra, but when she went there, it was only a coral reef. They believe that a storm must've blown it away near Howland Island, where Amelia Earhart's plane landed. Additionally, TIGHAR's follow-up expedition in 2006 also didn't discover any ruins. The overwhelming research behind Amelia Earhart speaks for itself.
Even though most people only ponder about the disappearance of Electra, many people are also inquisitive about the body's remains. Millions of scientists and researchers searched for the body remains of Amelia Earhart and her co-pilot Fred Noonan all aro...