This photo of Amelia Earhart’s plane on the tarmac in Miami reveals that a damaged rear window was replaced with lighter-colored aluminum in an unrecorded repair. Could it offer a clue — the clue — about what happened to Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan in 1937?
This photo of Amelia Earhart’s plane on the tarmac in Miami reveals that a damaged rear window was replaced with lighter-colored aluminum in an unrecorded repair. Could it offer a clue — the clue — about what happened to Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan in 1937? Miami Herald File
This photo of Amelia Earhart’s plane on the tarmac in Miami reveals that a damaged rear window was replaced with lighter-colored aluminum in an unrecorded repair. Could it offer a clue — the clue — about what happened to Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan in 1937? Miami Herald File

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