Top 5 Theories About the Disappearance of Amelia Earhart
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What really happened to this iconic, brave and pioneering female aviator? From crashing into the open ocean, to landing in the Marshall Islands, the possibilities are endless. WatchMojo counts down the Top 5 Theories About the Disappearance of Amelia Earhart.

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  1. Maybe she is now living secretly with Elvis and Andy Kauffman in Oregon on a 25 acre ranch.

  2. her body was found on an uninhabited island where it is believed she died from her injuries after making a crash landing after running out of fuel. another theory involves her being eaten alive by coconut crabs, but those were not native on that island

  3. Nah she crashed in Siberia where her plane was discovered by a fire obsessed psychopath and her hotdog costume was worn by a fast running boston asshole where they were accompanied by a racist patriotic soldier on their way to find a lost friend who lived among the mountains with his family.

  4. Maybe she became a mermaid 🧜‍♀️ Because she hated living on the land because she felt crashing once in a plane was just too much to deal with. You know with the press and family etc!

  5. A book I read many years ago had the theory that she was observing the Japanese fortifying the islands in violation of the League of Nations act that gave them authority over the islands. This was at the request of the president. She ditched in a lagoon and the plane sank. She died in a prison cell of dysentery and Noonan was beheaded. The plane was recovered by the Japanese and later scrapped in Japan. The writer of the book, Michael Mooney as I recall, interviewed islanders who were alive at the time. I don’t recall exactly which islands but I think they were Tinian and Truk.

  6. She was abducted by the Briori (an alien race) and taken to the Delta Quadrant, along with three hundred other people in 1937. They were called “The 37s” and were put into suspended animation while their DNA was extracted to create slave race to the Briori. When they were discovered by Captain Janeway and her crew, they were re-animated. The descendants of The 37s overthrew their captors and formed a thriving civilization on the planet.

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