One day she was flying over the ocean, the next day she was gone, never to be seen again. Amelia Earhart was a pilot and the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. In 1937 Amelia was flying over the Pacific Ocean when she and her plane disappeared. Because Amelia Earhart was such an important person in American History, we need to find out what happened to her. There are quite a few theories about what happened to Earhart. Some of these are she was a spy, gathering information about the Japanese, or she crashed into the Pacific Ocean. One of the most widely believed theories is Amelia Earhart’s disappearance was caused by her plane crashing onto Gardner Island. There is plenty of physical evidence proving she crashed onto the island. Also, there are experts that believe this is what happened to her and there are radio calls from Earhart after her disappearance.
2. Between 1945 and 1965 5 planes crashed and 10 ships sunk or disappeared in this area- Proven. Strange occurrences can happen outside of the Bermuda Triangle as well- Proven. To date, any plane that goes down in the triangle debris is never found- Proven. When in the triangle compasses stop working- Proven. Scientists believe that weather, topography, current, and methane gas can be reasons for these disappearances- Proven to be happenings but not for sure if the actual cause. Others who have made the journey through the Bermuda Triangle lose their memory
5 years ago, a Fed-Ex 88 plane had gone missing over the Pacific Ocean. It was not confirmed what the cause of the crash was, but it was most likely be by stormy weather conditions. The plane had departed from Memphis, Tennesse and was heading to South America. The plane was carrying 2 pilots, 2 co-pilots, and a Fed-Ex employee, Chuck Noland.
An Eastern Air Lines Lockheed L-1011 crashed at 2342 eastern standard time, December 29, 1972, 18.7 miles west-northwest of Miami International Airport, Miami, Florida. The aircraft was destroyed. Of the 163 passengers and 13 crewmembers aboard, 94 passengers and 5 crewmembers received fatal injuries. Two survivors died later as a result of their injuries.
In 1928, Amelia Earhart was the first woman to cross the Atlantic as a passenger on a plane with two other pilots. In 1937, Amelia Earhart planned on flying around the globe with Navigator Fred Noonan, flying near the equator. This trip would have lasted 40 days and been 29,000 miles. When the plane they were going to use, The Electra, and them were ready to take off from California, it was May 21st.
Amelia Earhart wanted a challenge so she decided to fly the circumference of the world, the plane failed to establish a two way radio connection and they don’t exactly know what happened with the failure (wikipedia.org).
Experts have identified it as part of the plane that went missing March 8, 2014. Flight 370 carried 239 people and vanished without a trace during its path from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing, China. The discovery of the wing flap proves that the plane crashed somewhere in the Indian Ocean. However, it was found more that 2,000 miles from where authorities originally thought the plane crashed. Authorities are searching to find more plane debris on Reunion.
There are a lot of mysterious deaths including Amelia Earhart. She was a pioneer and an amazing author. In addition she was the first woman to fly over the Atlantic Ocean alone.She was extremely brave. Sadly she disappeared on June 2, 1937, then was legally declared dead on January 5, 1939. Many believe that she died from her plane crashing into the Pacific Ocean or that she just got a new identity but she actually died from getting stranded on an island.
The passengers on American Flight 184 thought that they were safe, but when terrorists hijacked the plane, the passengers knew they were in danger. This turned out to be the flight crashed into the Twin Towers on September 11th, 2001. After the attack was over their was 3,000 bodies found. The 9/11 memorial was constructed March 2006. The memorial stands in New York City. The memorial means a lot to the people who lost family members and close friends in the incident. The 9/11 attack was a real surprise and a shock to all the families who lost some family members.
An unbreakable music duo performed at the Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo, Brazil last night. 21 Pilots, compromised of drummer Josh Dun and lead Tyler Joseph, lit up the concert with their wild attics and various music genres lists. Despite the culturally different audience, the influence of 21 Pilots breaks down barriers. The crowd sang note for note for the 20+ song extravaganza. The crowd at São Paulo isn’t the only that likes this dynamic duo. TOP made history in the billboard music history. Billboard magazine said, “With "Ride" & "Heathens" topping the charts, respectively, the act is the first to lead the lists simultaneously with two different songs.” The crowd, despite the tight fit, jumped up and down. Due to this density, if