While a team of citizen sleuths, with the help of the FBI, have turned up some tantalizing new clues, the fate of D.B. Cooper after he jumped out of a hijacked airplane with a parachute and $200,000 in cash nearly 38 years ago may never be known.
While a team of citizen sleuths, with the help of the FBI, have turned up some tantalizing new clues, the fate of D.B. Cooper after he jumped out of a hijacked airplane with a parachute and $200,000 in cash nearly 38 years ago may never be known. Albert Weinberg/Le Lombard [Dargaud-Lombard s.a.]/MCT
While a team of citizen sleuths, with the help of the FBI, have turned up some tantalizing new clues, the fate of D.B. Cooper after he jumped out of a hijacked airplane with a parachute and $200,000 in cash nearly 38 years ago may never be known. Albert Weinberg/Le Lombard [Dargaud-Lombard s.a.]/MCT

Citizen sleuths follow trail of elusive hijacker D.B. Cooper

April 20, 2009 06:00 AM

UPDATED April 17, 2009 05:24 PM

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