DNews recognizes Gillespie for the decades he has spent investigating one of the 20th century's most enduring mysteries: the fate of Amelia Earhart.
A court case surrounding the mysterious disappearance of the famous pilot claims that video of the supposed plane wreckage is not convincing.
A World War II wreck retrieved from the bottom of an Italian lake has revealed a forgotten story of love during wartime.
Crewmen aboard a World War II bomber etched their lovers' names on board. But that didn't save the plane from a grim fate.
The search for Amelia Earhart's plane will resume using two three-person manned submersibles.
A broken cosmetic jar, buttons and fragments of rouge from a woman's compact are just some of the clues pointing to the theory that Earhart survived as a castaway for a period.
The sunken "Sturzkampfflugzeug," Stuka for short, is one of three Junkers JU87s in the world.
Clark Kent claims journalism has fallen into the realm of entertainment and has quit to become a blogger.
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