Russell Hepplewhite: Silver Electra - English Touring Opera - Vanessa Bowers, Susan Moore (Photo Richard Hubert Smith) Russell Hepplewhite Silver Electra; Amanda Wagg, Alison Manifold, Dominic Walsh, Harry Neill, jack Riley, Tim Yealland...Show More Summary
The Man of Bronze in the looming shadow of World War II.
Rihanna is just plane gorgeous in an aviation-themed spread for the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar. The blonde goddess channeled Amelia Earhart with a twist, wearing haute couture dresses paired with vintage goggles and headwear. The...Show More Summary
Riri just brought swag to the skies. The fly singer found fashion inspiration from aviator Amelia Earhart for a photo shoot with Harper's Bazaar. SEE ALSO: The gorgeous first 'Ocean's Eight' photo is the definition of #SquadGoals On...Show More Summary
Rihanna does an Amelia Earhart-inspired photo shoot for her Harper’s Bazaar March 2017 cover, on newsstands February 21. Here’s what the 28-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag: On Amelia Earhart and her fearlessness in taking on a man’s world: “There’s something so special about a woman who dominates in a man’s world. It [...]
Rihanna covers the March 2017 issue of Harper’s Bazaar, where she pays tribute to Amelia Earhart in an actually fly fashion shoot. Read more...
The pop star honors the seminal aviator in her latest magazine feature.
Jimmy Hoffa, DB Cooper, Amelia Earhart —all disappeared and are now the unwitting subjects of decades of speculation, detective work, and conspiracy theories. Those three may claim the lion's share of the whispering, but Mother Nature Network has put together a list of other high-profile vanishings that have fallen into...
Legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart may not have perished in a plane crash as many have long assumed.
Did the famous aviator crash into the ocean and die, or did she meet another fate?
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It was November 8, 2012, and Timothy Mellon, the son of the late Paul Mellon—once one of the richest men in the world—was ecstatic. The younger Mellon had recently returned from an expedition to the deserted Pacific atoll of Nikumaroro,...Show More Summary
Amelia Earhart owned one, and likely would have seen more sunsets had she chosen it as her ride of choice, instead of a Lockheed Electra. It was one of the great American automobiles of the interwar era, and a favorite of matinee stars — a nameplate steeped in style, class and technological innovation. Show More Summary
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Amelia Earhart has captured the imagination of generations since her disappearance in 1937, but as much as her disappearance has added to her mystique it also left her tragic tale without resolution. So why haven't investigators been...Show More Summary
New research from The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) suggests that the partial skeleton of a castaway found on the Pacific island of Nikumaroro in 1941 may have been the remains of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, Live Science reports. Show More Summary
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A new development in the Amelia Earhart story and a warning for those who indulge in energy drinks were among the discoveries making headlines this week: Amelia Earhart May Have Been Found 76 Years Ago : For 79 years, people have been searching for Amelia Earhart, but now researchers say she...
Records of a partial skeleton of a castaway found in the 1940s on the Pacific island Nikumaroro shows some similarities to Amelia Earhart, but other forensics scientists are not sure the science holds up.
American aviator Amelia Earhart became famous in the 1930s for her flying adventures—at one point, she became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. But it was her sudden disappearance in July 1939 that truly sent her name into the history books. Show More Summary