The still unsolved case of D.B.(Dan) Cooper, who one late November day in 1971 hijacked a jetliner by handing a stewardess a note saying he had a bomb, and would detonate it unless paid a huge ransom, is profiled here most effectively. Cooper was quite well prepared and versed about airplanes, and after being paid his money, parachuted out the airplane over Washington woods, never to be seen or heard from again. Investigators and eyewitnesses from the flight are interviewed, and whether or not Cooper could have survived is up for debate. Years later, some debris was found, but as noted, not one bill of the ransom money ever turned up in circulation...
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