When it comes to mysterious aeronautical disasters, there's really only one name that springs to everybody's mind: Amelia Earhart. Even now, more than 80 years after her disappearance, historians and airplane enthusiasts can't stop wondering about where her remains finally ended up (and whether we've had them this entire time). Here's something we were fascinated to find out: When Earhart and her co-pilot Fred Noonan went down, they sent out a distress signal. What's more, people heard that cry for help hundreds of miles away.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas August 22, 2018
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