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Bones discovered on a Pacific island belong to Amelia EarhartBones discovered in 1940 once again have been scrutinized by a forensic computer program commonly used by forensic anthropologists across the globe. (www.stripes.com) More...
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There is a strong possibility that the bones belonged to Earhart, but there is no proof since the bones have been lost and can’t be analyzed further. The only data on which the hypothesis relies are old measurements. The headline makes it sound as if the evidence is conclusive — it isn’t.
There is zero possibility that the bones are hers. Zip. Zilch. Nada.
Oh good, thank Christ we have an expert here to clear it all up for us.
Takes one to know one, I guess.
Yes and Elvis was on the island also!
Randy Travis was there. "Digging up bones"
Jimmy Hoffa was seen there too, eating a Taylor ham, egg, and cheese...