History could absolutely be rewritten with the release of this photo.
WATCH: “This could rewrite history.” Investigators uncover new photo that they believe shows Amelia Earhart alive in Japanese custody pic.twitter.com/QmH1NX3uzJ
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) July 5, 2017
Investigators believe that the photo below shows absolute proof that Earhart, who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, did not crash as was originally believed.
Les Kinney, a retired government investigator, who has spent the last 15 years looking for Earhart clues believes that the photo is an indication that she was captured by the Japanese and possibly died under their care.
Kinney says the photo “clearly indicates that Earhart was captured by the Japanese.” He also believes that the photo is an undoctored image and this view has been supported by other specialists.
A two hour documentary will air on the History Channel this week discussing the clues at hand. It is unbelievable how a secret of this magnitude could have been kept quiet for so long.
Earhart was declared dead in January 1939 and no body was ever found. If it true, the Japanese government have a lot to answer for!
Young Conservatives reports:
In 1937, Amelia Earhart’s plane lost radio contact near a small island in the South Pacific Ocean.
Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, was never seen again and her disappearance has been the subject of intense speculation for eight decades. Conventional wisdom suggested that the plane crashed and Earhart was declared dead in January of 1939. Earhart is remembered to this day as an inspirational icon for women, pilots, and humanity in general.
Now, a fascinating photo has been uncovered that some people believe will change everything we thought we knew about the mysterious turn of events.