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THEY THINK THEY KNOW AMELIA EARHART, by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach

where she died—days after a photo               suggested she lived, proved it as much as paper can prove               anything, as much as a figure with her hair and approximate               body, sitting on the dock, facing away from the camera, can look exactly               like a lost dead girl. And far off right, a barge, floating almost out of frame,               with […]

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