Previously unseen letters and numbers have been found on a metal panel thought to have come from Earhart's plane.
A piece of metal thought to have come from the famed aviator's plane is set to undergo a battery of tests.
Researchers have suggested that the aviator's remains were dragged off by coconut crabs after she died.
The man who discovered the wreck of the Titanic is now aiming to solve the disappearance of the famed aviator.
Researchers believe that they may have found the wreckage of Earhart's plane off Papua New Guinea.
The famed aviator is thought to have sent several dozen distress calls while stranded on a remote Pacific island.
A newly published study has strongly suggested that the famed aviator's remains were found back in 1940.
A forensic expert has cast doubt on a 1940s analysis of bones found on a remote island over 70 years ago.
A new theory suggests that Earhart and Fred Noonan were taken prisoner in Saipan and later executed.
If the famed aviator really had crash-landed on the atoll of Nikumaroro, what happened to her remains ?
Sniffer dogs have detected possible human remains during an investigation on the island of Nikumaroro.
A photograph pulled from the National Archives appears to show Earhart at a dock on the Marshall Islands.
The forensic animals will be used to help sniff out the aviator's final resting place on Nikumaroro.
The bones of a castaway found on a Pacific island in the 1940s could be those of the famed aviator.
Researchers have found two metal fragments that they believe came from the famed aviator's plane.
Researchers will be attempting to locate the remains of the famed aviator's aircraft next month.
Researchers believe that they have conclusively identified a piece of the aviation pioneer's aircraft.
A newspaper photograph of Earhart's plane taken in 1937 could hold the key to her disappearance.
A new expedition will be carried out next year in an effort to find the remains of Earhart's plane.
A plane wreck has been discovered where analysts believe the famed aviator went down in 1937.