No Record the Japanese Took Amelia Earheart and Fred Noonan Captive

Seems that a photograph taken out of the American National Archives reveals that it is “very likely” after photo analysis, Amilia Earheart and Fred Noonan her navigator, were taken captive by the Japanese aboard the ship the Koshyu. The Japanese deny any knowledge of Amelia Earheart being taken captive and have no record of such events. A team of investigators from History Channel has “uncovered a never-before-seen photo that they believe shows aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan, alive in Japanese custody after surviving a crash landing in the Pacific 80 years ago”.
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Source: Today

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