Amelia Earhart is a famous pilot in her time who was known for her enthusiasm and passion for aviation. She has garnered a lot of record-breaking awards related to flying, one of which has caused her death. She was considered as a woman who is empowered and someone who does not conform to the constructs of the society that dictates on women the traditional rules they play at home. Amelia had her interest intensified when she first accompanied pilot Wilmer Stults in his flights in the Atlantic. This inspired Earhart to set her own record, and true enough, she was able to break records and set standards. Aside from her interest and skills in aviation, she was also a teacher, as columnist, a nurse and a writer.
In one fateful morning of July 2, 1937, Amelia Earhart disappeared and was never seen again. It was only known that she attempted to circle the globe from where she departed in California. Amelia and her fellow pilot who were in the place have lost their contact and communication. There was no evidence to suggest what happened to Earhart and her co-pilot. It was theorized that she crushed in the Pacific and was never seen again. Other theories speculate that she was caught by the Japanese while on flight as she was thought to be spy. The last theory explains that her plane run out of fuel and crashed in an uninhabited island somewhere in the central Pacific. There was however no remains to prove the accident.