History Channel Airs Amelia Earhart Documentary — Is the Mystery of Her Disappearance Solved?
People React to the Amelia Earhart documentaryThe discovery presented compelling evidence backing Kinney’s theory, and this was met with excitement and intrigue. The hashtag #EarhartLostEvidence on Twitter allowed a hub for viewer discussion on Sunday night.
Historians now believe Earheart crash landed in the Marshall Islands, meanwhile the locals have know this for decades #EarhartLostEvidence— stephanie pearson (@steph_pears) July 10, 2017
That’s what gets me, the Marshall Islanders tell the story of Earhart’s crash landing as part of their oral history. #EarhartLostEvidence— MorganClaireGarrison (@MorganClaireGar) July 10, 2017
Of course, the Earhart mania of the past week also attracted some skepticism. Mike Campbell is the author of the 2012 publication Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last. The book’s cover features the tagline: “Propaganda Versus Fact in the Disappearance of America’s First Lady of Flight.” “This photo is absurd,” Campbell told Inside Edition. “The claims that are being made about this photo are irresponsible. There is no one in this photo that remotely resembles Amelia Earhart. There is no way to determine that is even a female.” Debate over how Amelia Earhart met her end remains prevalent. However, The Lost Evidence provided untapped historical insight that is impossible to ignore. If Kinney’s theory proves true, Shawn Henry believes that “this could be the biggest government cover-up of all time.”