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What Happened to Amelia Earhart, Jimmy Hoffa and D.B . Cooper ?
to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, disappeared over the Pacific Ocean as she tried to fly around the world in 1937. D . B . Cooper is the alias given to a man who pulled off the only unsolved airline hijacking in this country's history when, in
Nov. 24: D.B . Cooper Hijacks Plane
Seattle, the suspect, known only as Dan Cooper or D . B . Cooper , allowed the passengers and two flight attendants 40-year-old cold case when she claimed her uncle, Lynn Doyle Cooper , was the infamous skyjacker. 1963: Lee Harvey Oswald
After 9/11: Are We Safer in the Air?
took over planes for one of two reasons, usually: to get somewhere (often Cuba) or to get something (such as D . B . Cooper 's demand for $200,000). In most of those cases, passengers were released unharmed, so it stands to reason that
D.B . Cooper DNA Results: 'Not A Match'
case of infamous hijacker D . B . Cooper has proved to found on the hijacker 's clip-on His niece, Marla Cooper , told ABC News the story of D . B . Cooper became the stuff reignited by Marla Cooper . She provided
D.B . Cooper Mystery: Marla Cooper's Mom Comes Forward About Brother-in-law
mother of Marla Cooper , the woman niece of D . B . Cooper , also believes decades-old case. Marla Cooper recently her uncle Lynn Doyle Cooper is the famed D . B . Cooper , the man could be the hijacker . Hailey's tip from Marla Cooper is credible
D.B . Cooper Exclusive: Did Niece Provide Key Evidence?
skyjacker D . B . Cooper has spoken for years. Marla Cooper told ABC her uncle, Lynn Doyle Cooper . After clarifying ABC News. Marla Cooper is working uncle is the hijacker , but that identity of D . B . Cooper has been
FBI Uncovers a Possible New Suspect in D.B . Cooper Hijacking
skyjacker. Forty years after the infamous fugitive known as D . B . Cooper parachuted out of the plane over Washington state, never in Seattle, the suspect, known only as Dan Cooper or D . B . Cooper , allowed the passengers and two flight attendants off
FBI Has New Lead in the Case of the Infamous Plane-Hijacking Fugitive D.B . Cooper
Forty years after the infamous fugitive known as D . B . Cooper parachuted out of a plane over Washington state with in Seattle, the suspect, known only as Dan Cooper or D . B . Cooper , allowed the passengers and two flight attendants off
On Debt Ceiling Debates, Non-Denial Denials and Non-Default Defaults
while the FAA hangs in limbo, the government has announced, thank goodness, that the investigation of DB Cooper —the infamous hijacker who collected $200,000 in ransom and then parachuted into the Pacific Northwest woods in 1971—is ongoing
Flying Naked: What Happened to Airplane Civility?
grab-a-backpack-and-go, and a time when everyone wanted to look cool, not suave. Oh, there were a few fashion holdouts -- take D . B . Cooper , for instance. Cooper -- no one knows his real name -- was at the center of one of the enduring mysteries of the
Wash. Lawyer Claims Cooper Was College Instructor
who is writing a book about the D . B . Cooper investigation claims the legendary hijacker who vanished from a passenger jet There is not one link to the D . B . Cooper case other than the statements
At the FBI, Cold Cases Are Not a Thing of the Past
a made-for-TV movie. In 1971, a man calling himself Dan Cooper, who later came to be known in the media as " D . B . Cooper ," hijacked and threatened to blow up a commercial airplane if he did not get a $200,000 ransom and safe passage
FBI Hopes Chute Opens Up Skyjacker Mystery
four parachutes and a $200,000 ransom. When the plane landed in Seattle, the suspect, known only as Dan Cooper or D . B . Cooper , allowed the passengers and two flight attendants off the plane, and the officials handed over the money, in $20
IRA Terrorists Had Car Like Beltway Sniper
was sure the Beltway sniper, owing to media attention, would surely garner copycats. In the years after the 1971 D . B . Cooper skyjacking, there were 40 similar attempts, he said but none of them succeeded. However, he was confident that al