Specialists agree the “anomaly” in this picture is like nothing they've seen before
TIGHAR (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) is now getting loads of media attention, all thanks to its going public with the news that it might have discovered the wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane.The picture above is the sonar image that it says could indicate the final resting place of Earhart's Electra.
As reported, the anomaly observable in this picture is unlike anything sonars have ever picked up before.
However, specialists say that it has the right shape and the right size to be the plane that flying enthusiasts have been looking for all these years.
The unidentified object was found off the coast of the Nikumaroro Island. Hopefully, future investigations will reveal whether or not it is the wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane.
Check out the pictures below to get a better idea of the sonar image that TIGHAR is now carefully analyzing.