'Earhart' Photo Claims Fall Apart

In a rather stunning turn of events, the much-heralded 'lost Amelia  Earhart' photo which made headlines last week has been debunked in a  devastating fashion.

Hailed as a breakthrough clue to the fate of the famed pilot and her  navigator, the image served as the centerpiece for a major two-hour  documentary that aired on the History Channel over the weekend.

However, suspicious about claims that Earhart had been captured by  Japanese forces, a blogger in Tokyo launched his own investigation into  the photo and found that the claims surrounding it quickly fell apart.

In a mere 30 minutes, Kota Yamano was able to locate the image in the pages of a Japanese travelogue that was published in 1935 ... two years before Earhart went missing!

More on this jaw-dropping twist in the latest incarnation of the Earhart story at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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