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Amelia Earhart`s last chapter was as a heroic castaway By Karla Pequenino, CNN November 2, 2016 There`s an entire chapter in Amelia Earhart`s life that history ignores, says new research. The legendary American pilot died as a castaway, not in a plane crash. Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Her plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean while she attempted to circle the Earth. It was always assumed Earhart died in the crash and that her remains were lost to the deep waters. But now, the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) reveals a new theory. The skeleton of a castaway found on the island of Nikumaroro, Kiribati, in 1940 may belong to Earhart. TIGHAR has been trying to prove the bones uncovered belong to the American pilot since 1998. But there is an entire final chapter of Earhart`s life that people don`t know about. "Until we started investigating the skeleton, we found what history knew was that Amelia Earhart died in July 2nd, 1937, in a plane crash. But there is an entire final chapter of Earhart`s life that people don`t know about. She spent days -- maybe months -- heroically struggling to survive as a castaway," Ric Gillespie, TIGHAR`s executive director told CNN on Tuesday.
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