Former Pinckney man claims to know true identity of skyjacker D.B. Cooper in new documentary
Carl Laurin claims to know the true identity of D.B. Cooper, a man who pulled off a famous unsolved airplane hijacking in 1971 and made off with $200,000 in ransom money.
Laurin, a former Pinckney resident, says his pal, Detroit-born Walter R. Reca, of Oscoda, confessed to being the infamous skyjacker before he passed away.
We Might Have Been Looking For D.B. Cooper In Wrong Place For All These Years
The legend and theorizing about Northwest skyjacker D.B. Cooper just won’t die. A new documentary about the unsolved 1971 hijacking introduces a new twist to the tale. It suggests we might have been looking for D.B. Cooper and his loot in the wrong place for all these years.
KING 5's Chris Ingalls reacts to claim that Michigan man was D.B. Cooper
A book publisher is claiming a Michigan man named Walter Reca is infamous hijacker D.B. Cooper. KING 5's Chris Ingalls, who has followed the Cooper investigations for years, discusses the publisher's findings and where they may not match up
D.B. Cooper author unveils evidence he says identifies infamous skyjacker
GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A pair of long underwear, foreign passports and the testimony of a relative are some of the evidence that was presented Thursday, May 17, allegedly revealing the identity of the infamous D.B. Cooper.