One of the world’s most enduring missing persons cases may finally have been solved.
Richard Jantz, an emeritus anthropology professor at the University of Tennessee, argues that bones discovered on the Pacific Island of Nikumaroro in 1940 were likely Earhart’s remains.
That contradicts a forensic analysis of the remains in 1941 that described the bones as belonging to a male of European descent.
This news comes three and a half years after researchers identified a piece of her lost plane.
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