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A Year Later, History Channel Mystery Remains

Over a year has passed since The History Channel suffered one of the highest-profile blows to its credibility in, well, the history of the channel.

On July 9, 2017, History premiered an “investigative special” titled Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence, which claimed to have discovered—after an exhaustive search by a team of world-class researchers, including retired federal agent Les Kinney and forensic analysts Kent Gibson and Doug Carner—photographic evidence that Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan survived their 1937 disappearance and were rescued by the Japanese military in the Marshall Islands. An ambiguous, poor-quality “smoking gun” photo was claimed to show both aviators on a dock and the wreckage of their plane in the background.

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