Forensic Dogs to Search for Earhart's Remains

A new expedition to an island in the South Pacific aims to finally solve  the mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance by using forensic dogs.

The famed aviatrix and her navigator, Fred Noonan, went missing during  an attempt to fly around the world in July of 1937 and their uncertain  fate has vexed historians and researchers ever since.

Spawning a veritable cottage industry of conspiracy theories and  armchair Earhart hunters, the search for the trailblazing pilot has now  spanned nearly eight decades and has yet to yield any answers.

However an impending project, set to launch later this week, could produce a breakthrough in the eighty-year-old case.

Find out how specially-trained and highly-skilled bone-sniffing dogs may unearth the key to unlock the Earhart mystery at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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