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Hidden Text on Aluminum Panel Could Prove Missing Aviatrix Died on Remote Island

However, if the engine cover is confirmed to be from Earhart’s plane, it would not explain why the plane crashed into the ocean.

Gillespie’s theory that Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, landed on Nikumaroro Island and eventually died there would also be disproven.

Gillespie’s group has previously cited the locations of transmissions they believed could only have been sent by Earhart, as well as a photo taken in 1937 of the shoreline, which they believe could include the landing gear of the Electra.

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