In a June 26, 1928 photo, American aviatrix Amelia Earhart poses with flowers as she arrives in Southampton, England, after her transatlantic flight on the “Friendship” from Burry Point, Wales. (AP Photo, File)

In a June 26, 1928 photo, American aviatrix Amelia Earhart poses with flowers as she arrives in Southampton, England, after her transatlantic flight on the “Friendship” from Burry Point, Wales. (AP Photo, File)

Bones found in 1940 seem to be Amelia Earhart’s, study says

The bones are lost, but measurements of her skull, arm and leg remain.

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