Film released after seven decades shows Amelia Earhart posing for her final photoshoot, just before she vanished somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. The film, which runs for a little over three minutes, was likely shot by John Bresnik, brother of Al Bresnik, the photographer who took some of Earhart’s most famous shots. It was discovered by John Bresnik’s son only after his father’s death (in a box labeled “Amelia Earhart, Burbank Airport, 1937”). Experts say the film is authentic, with most of the debate centering on whether it was taken in March or May of 1937.
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