On Thanksgiving Eve 1971, a man calling himself Dan Cooper skyjacked a Northwest Orient flight traveling from Portland to Seattle.
Upon landing in Seattle, Cooper ransomed the passengers for $200,000 and four parachutes. He then directed the jet to take-off and head to Mexico City by way of Reno for a fuel stop.
Approximately 36 minutes after departing Seattle, somewhere just north of Portland, Cooper parachuted out of the back of the jet never to be seen or heard from again.
Tena Bar Money Find Spot Over the Years
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NOTE: THE WHITE DOT ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE IMAGES DENOTES THE MONEY FIND SPOT.
Eric Ulis Discusses Sheridan Peterson at 2018 DB Cooper Con (VIDEO)
Sky Ghost: Unraveling the Enigma of DB Cooper
This new book is the culmination of a serious, fact-based, 12-year investigation into the DB Cooper case.
Eric carefully details the skyjacking and finally answers what happened and by whom.
Moreover, he discusses the new search taking place for the missing parachutes, attaché case and money.
Finally, Eric introduces you to the man who he believes the evidence points to as the real DB Cooper.
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