The Bottomless Mystery of DB Cooper - Atlas Obscura

Forty-four years ago, a man fell out of the sky. We may never know what happened next. by Erik Shilling. July 13, 2016. Email This Article. From. To. Please separate multiple addresses with commas. We won't share addresses with third parties. Subscribe ...

FBI Suspends Legendary DB Cooper Case, 45 Years Later - Popular Mechanics

The FBI has officially decided to suspend the active investigation of D.B Cooper, the robber in one of the most notorious crimes in American history. They've been after him for 45 years without any headway. Cooper's story has become legend: In 1971 he ...

Who is DB Cooper? FBI closes infamous hijacking case - AL.com

The bureau announced yesterday is "redirecting" resources that had been used on the decades-old case "in order to focus on other investigative priorities." "During the course of the 45-year...investigation, the FBI exhaustively reviewed all credible ...

In Defense Of DB Cooper - MTV.com

Day before Thanksgiving, 1971, mid-afternoon, guy walks into Portland International Airport alone, buys a ticket to Seattle. Middle-aged guy, raincoat, suit. Gets on the plane. Lights a cigarette and drinks some bourbon. Not a packed flight, mostly empty.

FBI closes the case on one of America's greatest mysteries - Mashable

Dan Cooper walked up to the Northwest Orient Airlines ticket counter in Portland, Oregon, on Nov. 24, 1971, and paid cash for a one-way ticket to Seattle. Cooper, dark-haired and sporting a white shirt with a black tie, perhaps in his 40s, boarded the ...

FBI Is Giving Up On Solving The Mystery Of DB Cooper - 90.5 WESA

Map showing the area where some several thousand dollars from the D.B. Cooper hijacking was found in February 1980 by 8-year-old Brian Ingram while on a family outing. Bettmann Archive. Originally published on July 13, 2016 3:23 pm. The FBI says it is ...

Best-Selling Author Geoffrey Gray Begs FBI Not to Close DB Cooper Case - Newsmax

The unsolved D.B. Cooper case in which a commercial jet passenger stole $200,000, parachuted from the plane and vanished in 1971 has been officially closed by the FBI — but Geoffrey Gray, who wrote a best-selling book about the mystery, says it must ...