Her Flight Path to the End
-- By William Pennington Snavely, Jr. --
The Compelling Discovery
of a Twin-Tailed Lockheed Aircraft,
TRACKING AMELIA EARHART
flew a flight track from Lae New Guinea
At Nauru Island the mining lights were left on for her that night.
Half Way to Howland, Earhart has passed her flying radius.
On her return flight to Lae, her flying radius only reaches Buka Island.
Flying into Buka Island, she crashes and sinks in 100 feet of water.
Now at Buka, it is 20:14 GMT and all radio transmission stop.
The Electra Wreck Site off Buka Island.
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