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Ocean exploration company believes it may have found Amelia Earhart's wrecked plane


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A South Carolina-based ocean exploration company says it may have found the airplane that Amelia Earhart flew on her ill-fated 1937 expedition.

Deep Sea Vision CEO Tony Romeo said he believes that the airplane-shaped object that his company captured in a sonar image is Earhart’s Lockheed 10-E Electra.

"We think it could be her plane," Romeo told local outlet The Post and Courier. 

"[But] I’m not saying we definitely found her."

National Air and Space Museum curator Dorothy Cochrane told the Wall Street Journal that the location where the pictures were taken is "about right."

In an interview with the WSJ, Romeo said he plans to return to get clearer pictures of the unknown object. 

https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/ocean-exploration-company-believes-found-amelia-earharts-wrecked-plane-hopeful

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Needs more anthropophagous coconut crabs.

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11 hours ago, Robotic Jew said:

This would be really cool. I'm not holding my breath though. 

Who is holding their breath?

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On 1/30/2024 at 12:37 AM, Timothy said:

Who is holding their breath?

Amelia probably....

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What are they doing, picking up where TIGHAR left off and continuing this fraud in perpetuity?

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