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BREAKING NEWS – Oxford, Pennsylvania – Dozens of people from around the world heard Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan radio for help after crashing into the Pacific Ocean and becoming stranded on a remote island, according to researchers. The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) theorizes that Earhart and Noonan were able to employ their two-way radio in the downed Lockheed Electra to send pleas for help in their final days marooned on the then-deserted Gardner Island, also known as Nikumaroro, The Washington Post reported. “Will have to get out of here,” Earhart could be heard saying at one point, according to the paper citing TIGHAR’s. research. “We can’t stay here long.” A woman in Toronto heard the pilot say, “we have taken in water . . . we can’t hold on much longer.” And the most bizarre thing ever alleged Earhart said on July 2, 1937 was, “The signal on my cell phone keeps dropping calls. I hate Verizon!”

Amelia Earhart

• July 26, 2018


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