History Channel questioning claims about Amelia Earhart print and documentary timeline

July 12, 2017 - photo frame

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Several theories approximate Amelia Earhart’s luckless 1937 outing around a world.
USA TODAY

The History Channel is questioning claims finished by a Japanese story clean that undermines a new special that supposed a long-forgotten print showed Amelia Earhart was prisoner by a Japanese. 

The photo in question depicts a lady with a haircut identical to Amelia Earhart’s and a male that could be her co-pilot, Fred Noonan, according to the History Channel special dubbed Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence. The two-hour special hypothesized that the photo was taken after Earhart left in 1937, and was explanation that Earhart competence have survived a crash-landing and was captured by a Japanese. 

A Japanese troops blogger, Kota Yamano, told The Guardian that he didn’t trust a speculation that Earhart was prisoner by a Japanese, so he motionless to investigate. 

In a Jul 9 blog post, Yamano explained that “the sketch was initial published in Palau underneath Japanese order in 1935, in a print book; Motoaki Nishino, ‘Umi no seimeisen : Waga nannyou no sugata… So a sketch was taken during slightest dual years before Amelia Earhart left in 1937 and a chairman on a print was not her.” 

According to NPR, the photobook was after digitized and published online by Japan’s National Diet Library. 

Yamano told The Guardian that he found a print by searching “Jaluit atoll,” with a time support of a 1930s. 

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After a print that competence have solved a 80-year -old poser of Amelia Earhart’s disappearance surfaced, a Japanese blogger claims, a picture was taken dual years before she vanished.
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“The print was a 10th object that came up,” he told The Guardian. “I was unequivocally happy when we saw it. we find it bizarre that a documentary makers didn’t endorse a date of a sketch or a announcement in that it creatively appeared. That’s a initial thing they should have done.”