Amelia Earhart was born on 24th July, 1897. She was an expert aviator and she set many records in her life time. She was the first female aviator who tried to cross the whole globe in an aircraft. However she was not successful in her attempt and died. Her body was never found and still professionals are in search of her body.
However it is said that her aircraft was destroyed and she fell on an island with her fellow pilot and spent her life on that land. She was also declared dead officially in 1939. However she was disappeared 18 months before that time and not found after making extensive searches.
Amelia Earhart was fond of flying and she started her career as a pilot in early of her life. She got training and started to fly aircrafts in an early age. She also wrote many books which shared her flight experiences and liked by readers. Many of her books were sold many times and became best sellers which gave her a lot of fame and success and money.
She was expert in flying aircrafts therefore she decided to set a new record to travel around the globe in an aircraft. She was sure that she will complete this task and set a new record. However her aircraft destroyed in this journey and that proved to be the last journey of her life. Her life is filled with thrills and adventures and hard working which is an inspiration for all people around the world especially women.
Amelia Earhart tried to get connected with the control room while she was in flight. Her last messages were showing that her aircraft was shut off and she was saying that we are not able to complete the journey. We are not in water and we are going to land on an island.
With this last connection many professionals tried to find her body but failed. However the search teams never gave up and continued the searches. It is also said that the professional who worked in finding the Titanic is also in this mission and hopeful to find the body of Amelia Earhart.
It is also believed that body of Amelia Earhart is perished on the Howland Island and crabs and other insects ate the flesh and blood from the body and the bones of the body are also taken and consumed by the insects on that island. Many researchers are also giving similar conclusions as they are not able to find the body and there are many crabs and insects on that island on which the aircraft of Amelia Earhart was destroyed.
It is also said that after the destruction of the aircraft there was no harm to the body of Amelia Earhart as she was able to survive the accident. However there could be wounds on her body due to which she was not able to survive for a long period and also was not able to travel to another place or return back to home.
There are many quotes of Amelia Earhart in her books which show her love and likeness for flying aircrafts.
” Women must try to do things as men have tried” and ” By the time i had got two or three hundred feet off the ground, i knew i had to fly” She wrote.
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to make solo flights across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and the United States. She took her first plane ride on December 28th 1920. She took Eleanor Roosevelt on a nighttime flight over Washington, D.C.