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scientists believe they found amelia earhart body
Via: News.co.au
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Call off the search party, we might have found her. 

That's right, scientists believe that they may have found the body of Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic ocean and the woman at the heart of one of aviation's greatest mysteries. Missing for nearly 80 years, Earhart has long been thought to have died in a plane crash in 1937, but new evidence has revealed that she may have landed safetly and died as a castaway on the island of Kiribati. 

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The development in the case came when re-analyzed a partial skeleton found on the Kiribati in 1940. While these bones had been ruled out in the 40s, scientists now say that these bones were “consistent with a female of Earhart’s height and ethnic origin.” More recently, anthropologist Richard Jantz noticed that the skeleton's forearms were larger than average. Of course, without Earhart around to measure, determining the size of the pilot's forearms would be difficult. 

Analysists at TIGHAR (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) used photograpic analysis to determine the size of Earhart's forearms. What'd they discover? The estimated size of Earhart's forearms and the size of the skeleton's were nearly identical. 

Case closed? Well, not exactly. It doesn't definitively prove what happened to Earhart, but it's definitely something. 

Read TIGHAR's full report here

easter bunny mystery Mysterious Easter Bunnies Delivered 3,000 Eggs to Neighborhood Homes
Via: @MadMorti
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Around ten Easter bunnies (or hopefully, people dressed as Easter bunnies) were spotted at night leaving foil wrapped candy eggs on every doorstep in the village of Alderholt in East Dorset, England. 


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Clare Winton-Giles, a resident of the town, told Metro News that it's something a lot of people there appreciate.  She said, "It shows there’s still a nice community spirit out there and everyone has got one, no one has been forgotten." 

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When Paglo Barroeta poked a fuzzy clump of unknown weirdness, he ended up awakening a nightmarish explosion of angry daddy longlegs.

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A less known partner of the NSA, the National Reconnaissance Office, recently launched a rocket into space with a logo featuring an ominously angry looking octopus consuming Earth. The long line of classified missions have a history of mysteriously aggressive and spooky looking patches .

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence tweeted pictures of the launch preparation.

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