A Tennessee anthropologist is 99 percent sure he found Amelia Earhart’s bones based on a 1940 study that only used measurements. This study one said that the bones belonged to a man. Amelia Earhart expert Chris Williamson, who runs chasingearhart.com is even skeptical about the findings. It’s such a “bold statement,” he says. However, this software that was developed to re-analyze Earhart’s bones, is really the “meat and potatoes” in terms of new evidence.