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December 17, 2010 - Karin Elton
Three bone fragments found on a South Pacific island are either from a turtle or aviator Amelia Earhart. “Researchers told The Associated Press on Friday that the University of Oklahoma hopes to extract DNA from bones found by a Delaware group dedicated to the recovery of the historic aircraft. The fragments were recovered earlier this year on an uninhabited island about 1,800 miles south of Hawaii. Earhart and her navigator were nearing the end of their round-the-world trip 73 years ago when they vanished in the South Pacific. Researchers say crews found other items near the bone fragments, which could also be from a turtle.”
I hope researchers can conclusively say that the bone fragments are from Earhart. Then we can put to rest one of the many mysteries in life such as who really killed John F. Kennedy, what’s going on at Area 51 or where are my daughter’s gym shorts?
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