DAILY PLANET’s “Mystery Hunters Week” features (L-R): Limbo queen, Shemika Charles; The Ghost Fish in the Mariana Trench; MH370 debris found in July 2015Highlights from DAILY PLANET’s “Mystery Hunters Week” include: “Earhart Cold Case” What do a pocketknife, a broken piece of glass, and a pile of bones have in common? Together, they could answer one of aviation’s greatest unsolved mysteries. In 1937, renowned aviator Amelia Earhart nearly finished her historic round-the-world flight, only to disappear suddenly, without a trace. DAILY PLANET meets a team of detectives with new research suggesting her final resting place has been known all along… “The Mariana Trench Ghost Fish” DAILY PLANET meets Shirley Pomponi, a biologist exploring the dark and mysterious depths of the Mariana Trench. During Pomponi’s expedition to the largely unknown area in the Pacific Ocean, she captures never-before-seen evidence of life in this inhospitable place. “Limbo Girl” Just how low can one girl go? Limbo queen Shemika Charles can take her body down to the height of a beer bottle and shimmy her way underneath a car. To explain her seemingly impossible moves, DAILY PLANET meets with expert Dr. David Behm to break it all down. “Alien Radio Bursts” Of all the unexplained things in the universe, fast radio bursts are arguably the weirdest. They’re powerful eruptions of radio waves in distant galaxies that astronomers have studied for decades. DAILY PLANET meets with someone who thinks aliens are pushing spacecraft through the cosmos using radio waves. “MH370 Mystery” It’s the biggest aviation mystery of all time: the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on March 8, 2014. From the time the plane went missing, oceanographer David Griffin has been analyzing currents and drift patterns in the search area and surrounding waters. Since the first piece of debris was discovered more than a year after the airplane’s disappearance, Griffin and his team have been testing replica flaperons (like the one that washed up on Reunion Island), attempting to trace back where the plane may have gone down. The team believes they’ve pinpointed a “new” search area – one they’re confident cradles the remains of MH370. “Tabby's Star” What is causing a nearby star to dim in an unusual, unnatural way? Astronomers are mystified. DAILY PLANET profiles some of the experts’ strange and wonderful theories, including the possibility of a huge alien megastructure orbiting the star, irregularly blocking out the light.